IMPROVING ACCOUNTABILITY FOR BETTER LEARNING OUTCOMES IN GHANA: EVIDENCE-INFORMED APPROACHES TO EDUCATION POLICY AND PRACTICE
Accountability at every level of the education system
Improving learning outcomes is a key policy priority in Ghana. To ensure that well-intentioned policy goals translate into improved learning outcomes, decision-makers are eager to: (1) evaluate the success of education programs through rigorous research; and (2) build sector-wide frameworks of accountability through improved monitoring and feedback mechanisms. Both forms of evidence are necessary for a strong education system.
The Ghana Education Evidence Summit will bring together policymakers, researchers, and practitioners to: a) share evidence about improving accountability and learning outcomes in education, in Ghana and internationally; b) identify ways in which evidence from evaluations can be used for better decision-making; and c) share monitoring and evaluation tools that can inform a framework of accountability for Ghana’s education sector.
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