Protocol: The Effects of School-Based Decision Making on Educational Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Contexts: A Systematic Review

Abstract

This is the protocol for a systematic review which aims to answer the following overarching review question: What is the evidence around how decentralising decision-making to the school level affects educational outcomes in low and middle income contexts (LMICs)?

This has been broken down into the two sub-questions:
(1) What is the impact of school-based decision-making on educational outcomes in LMICs?
(2) What are the barriers to (and enablers of) effective models of school-based decision-making?

Citation

Carr-Hill, R.; Rolleston, C.; Pherali, T.; Schendel, R. Protocol: The Effects of School-Based Decision Making on Educational Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Contexts: A Systematic Review. Campbell Collaboration, Oslo, Norway (2014) 46 pp.

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