Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.20 No.2,Vol.21 No.2 (October 2018)

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Toward Data-Driven Education Systems: More Data and More Evidence Use





 Samantha Custer, AidData, Williamsburg, VA,
Elizabeth M. King, The Brookings Institution,
Tamar Manuelyan Atinc, The Brookings Institution,
Lindsay Read, The Brookings Institution
Tanya Sethi, AidData, Williamsburg, VA



Information for Accountability: Transparency and Citizen Engagement for Improved
 
Lindsay Read, The Brookings Institution
Tamar Manuelyan Atinc, The Brookings Institution
 

How-Learner-Centered-Teaching-is-associated-with-Teacher-Self-Efficacy-and-Job-SatisfactionAnalysis-of-Date-from-31-Countries
 

Junghee Choi, Pennsylvania State University Ju-Ho Lee, KDI School of Public Policy and Management Booyuel Kim, KDI School of Public Policy and Management



Evidence, SDG 4, Targets and Indicators: Summative Assessments of Systems vs. Formative Assessments of Learners?

 
Angela W Little, University College London and Hiroshima University
The Benefi ts of a Better Education System: What Cross-Country Data Can Tell Us John L. Newman, KenAct, LLP Elizabeth M. King, The Brookings Institution Husein Abdul-Hamid, The World Bank
 

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