The data is this study comes from Young Lives household and school surveys conducted over the last 15 years.
Sustainable Development Goal 4, aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all’ and includes both access and outcomes (learning) for all children. Monitoring to what level children reach these goals and what factors are associated with their progress is therefore an important research and policy issue.
In this policy brief, we describe the educational trajectories of 12,000 children across 2 cohorts: the Younger Cohort born around 1994 and the Older Cohort born around 2001, in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam. The data come from Young Lives household and school surveys conducted over the last 15 years.
Young Lives is an international study of childhood poverty, following the lives of 12,000 children in 4 countries (Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam) over 15 years. Young Lives is funded by the UK Department for International Development
Cueto, Santiago, Renu Singh, Tassew Woldehanna, Le Thuc Duc, Alejandra Miranda (2016), ‘Education Trajectories in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam: From Early Childhood to Early Adulthood’, Young Lives Policy Paper No. 30