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International Journal of Educational Development

April 2019 Volume 66, Number 1

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Number of articles: 24

  1. Alternative forms of early grade instructional coaching: Emerging evidence from field experiments in South Africa

    Janeli Kotze, Research Coordination, South Africa; Brahm Fleisch, Division of Education Leadership and Policy Studies, Wits School of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; Stephen Taylor, Monitoring and Evaluation, Department of Basic Education, South Africa

    Structured pedagogic programmes are emerging as a promising approach to address low learning outcomes in developing countries. The delivery model of these programmes matters, and on-site... More

    pp. 203-213

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  2. The effect of parents’ education appreciation on intergenerational inequality

    Patricia Agupusi

    The core question for this study is - how can we explain gaps in educational attainment of families with the same initial socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds? This study draws from human capital... More

    pp. 214-222

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  3. Beyond the basics: Access and equity in the expansion of post-compulsory schooling in Vietnam

    Caine Rolleston, Institute of Education, United Kingdom; Padmini Iyer, REAL Centre, United Kingdom

    Human capital development, including the expansion and improvement of schooling, has played a crucial role in Vietnam’s strong and relatively inclusive economic growth in recent years. Universal... More

    pp. 223-233

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  4. Does childhood work impede long-term human capital accumulation? Empirical evidence from rural Ethiopia

    Essa Chanie Mussa & Alisher Mirzabaev, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Germany; Assefa Admassie, Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA), Ethiopia; Emmanuel Nshakira-Rukundo & Joachim von Braun, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Germany

    We examine the long-term effects of childhood work on human capital formation in rural Ethiopia using a unique panel dataset constructed through tracking of children after sixteen years. The... More

    pp. 234-246

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