Information provided by longitudinal assessment data helps governments and schools improve learning achievements
Publication aimed at policy makers and pratitioners published by DFID funded Research Consortium - EdQual Policy Brief No. 11. This policy brief outlines findings on the range and extent of school effects in China and an equivalent study in Zanzibar conducted by Massoud Salim as part of his PhD research. The article is based on an invited presentation by Thomas and Salim (2010) The Case for Longitudinal Datasets at Education Access, Quality And Outcomes In Low And Middle Income Countries UKFIET one-day Conference with the DfID-funded Education Research Programme Consortia, 15 November 2010, Institute of Education, London UK.
Anon. Information provided by longitudinal assessment data helps governments and schools improve learning achievements. In: EdQual policy brief. EdQual, Bristol, UK (2011) 4 pp.