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Unbalanced progress: What political dynamics mean for education access and quality


Authors: Susan Nicolai, Leni Wild, Joseph Wales, Sébastien Hine and Jakob Engel
Published by: The Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Date: 2014

This working paper briefly reviews trends on education access and quality. It highlights key work on the politics of education service delivery, focusing on four central dynamics that influence education outcomes: the degree of political prioritisation of reforms, the visibility and political returns of reforms, the access and lack of access to information about schooling and the patterns of demand and accountability. The paper also introduces an emerging policy agenda on quality and draws together some main conclusions.

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