Student Learning Outcomes in Tanzania’s Primary Schools : Implications for Secondary School Readiness

@inproceedings{Asim2019StudentLO,
  title={Student Learning Outcomes in Tanzania’s Primary Schools : Implications for Secondary School Readiness},
  author={Salman Asim and Dmitry Chugunov and Ravinder Gera},
  year={2019}
}
This policy note is an attempt to systematically analyze and document emerging trends in the evolution of students’ learning outcomes in Tanzania’s primary schools. The note is based on two rounds of the Service Delivery Indicators Survey in Tanzania, 2014 and 2016, and provides guidance to the Government on: (1) regional, district and school-level variations in gains in pupil achievement scores; (2) student, teacher and school level factors associated with learning outcomes; and (3) key… CONTINUE READING

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