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Published by African Educational Research Network (AERN - www.africanresearch.org), The African Symposium is an interdisciplinary, fully referred, online journal dedicated to the publishing the finest scholarship related to African (mostly Nigerian) educational and human development issues in all disciplines.
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In July 2012 and 2014 representative stratified samples of public primary schools, head teachers, teachers and pupils were surveyed in the six Nigerian states where the DFID/UKaid-funded Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria works. This... More

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The Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN) (2008–17) seeks to improve learning outcomes for children of basic education age in six Nigerian states: Enugu, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Kwara and Lagos. The aims of the ESSPIN Composite... More

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This report contains the five country case studies that formed the basis of the synthesis of findings presented in part one of the Comparative Review of Basic Education Reforms carried out by Education Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (... More

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This report provides details of a review, which seeks to lay the groundwork for a detailed, systematic review of Nigeria’s UBE reforms by taking stock of what we know about the implementation and outcome of these reforms, and looking at them... More

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Despite the relatively small number of public schools in Lagos, only 4% of primary school aged children were out of school in 2011 (World Bank, 2017). High enrollment rates are enabled by private schools filling the gap in provision.  In 2011,... More

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This technical report provides answers to each evaluation question asked about the Developing Effective Private Education in Nigeria (DEEPEN) programme on the basis of research conducted by the Education Data, Operational Research, and... More

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DEEPEN is an innovative, ambitious programme that aims to improve the quality of education provided by private schools in Lagos. It responded to growing evidence, provided through the Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN), that... More

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Private schools are the main education providers in Lagos. Pupils studying in private schools (and Bridge schools) in Lagos perform better on average in literacy and numeracy than pupils in public schools, even when factoring in background... More