Report Cards : The Impact of Providing School and Child Test-scores on Educational Markets PRELIMINARY AND INCOMPLETE

@inproceedings{Andrabi2009ReportC,
  title={Report Cards : The Impact of Providing School and Child Test-scores on Educational Markets PRELIMINARY AND INCOMPLETE},
  author={Tahir Andrabi},
  year={2009}
}
  • Tahir Andrabi
  • Published 2009
Recent evidence on the impact of information provision on service delivery has been mixed, with overall outcomes even worsening in certain cases. We examine the market-wide impact of an experimental intervention that provides school and child-level learning report cards in a half of 112 educational markets (villages) in Pakistan. We track all 823 public and private primary schools, 12,000 Grade 3 children, 5,000 teachers and a sample of 1,800 households in these villages. Report card provision… CONTINUE READING

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