This report presents the findings of a data capacity assessment funded under the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Education Data for Decision Making project (EdData II). The Ghana assessment, joining parallel pilot studies carried out by EdData II teams in the Philippines and Mozambique, contributes to a larger effort to develop and stabilize a useful framework and methodology for future data capacity assessments in other countries. Given USAID’s focus on basic education support going forward, the Ghana assessment placed special emphasis on basic education (i.e., kindergarten, primary school, and junior high school).
Information for education policy, planning, management, and accountability in Ghana
Report of findings of the data capacity assessment of Ghana’s education sector, June 2011
Spratt, J., Cummiskey, C., Mulcahy-Dunn, A., & Perry, H. (2011). Information for education policy, planning, management, and accountability in Ghana: Report of findings of the data capacity assessment of Ghana’s education sector, June 2011. Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International. Prepared for United States Agency for International Development, EdDataII Technical and Managerial Assistance, Task Number 11