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Among other data sources, unique EPDC data collections for Uganda include administrative data from the Bureau of Statistics (2009, 2010), Ministry of Education and Sports (2003 - 2009), household survey data from DHS (1995, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2011), NHS (2002), indicators derived from UIS data, and learning outcomes data including EGRA (2009), SACMEQ (2003, 2007), and UWEZO (2010, 2011).
For an overview of current education conditions in Uganda, please view our education profiles.
Last updated 3/2014.
- Child Vulnerability and Educational Disadvantage in Uganda: Patterns of School Attendance and Performance
- Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Trends in School Access and Experience in Eastern and Southern Africa
- Educating the World's Children: Patterns of Growth and Inequality
- Educational Inequality within Countries: Who are the Out of School Children?
- Efficiency: A Study of Promotion-, Repetion- and Dropout Rates among Pupils in Four Age-groups in Sub-Saharan Africa
- What Works in Expanding School Participation
- Estimating the Costs of Achieving Education for All in Low-Income Countries
- What Does History Teach Us in Achieving UPE and UPC for Education for All 2015?
- Wealth Still Matters: A Study of Wealth Differentials in Primary School Attendance from 1990-2006 in Developing Countries
- Universal Basic Education: A Progress-based Path to 2025
- Thoughts on an Early Childhood Care and Education Index
- Global Educational Trends
- How do violent conflicts affect school enrolment?: Analysis of Sub-National Evidence from 19 Countries
- How (Well) is Education Measured in Household Surveys?
- Teachers Matter: Teachers Supply as a Constraint on the Global Education Transition
- Looking Below the Surface: Reaching the Out of School Children
- Primary Completion Rates
- School Attendance and Enrolment - Global trends and projections
- Pupil Performance and Age: A Study of Promotion, Repetition and Dropout Rates Among Pupils in Four Age Groups in 35 Countries
- The Challenge of Achieving Education For All: Quality Basic Education for Underserved Children
- Working Paper: The Expansion of Secondary Education and the Need for Teachers: How big is the gap?
- Working Paper: L'expansion l'education secondaire en Afrique subsaharienne : Ou sont les Professeurs?
- Working Paper: Expanding Secondary Education for Sub-Saharan Africa: Where are the Teachers?
- School Fee Abolition: Teachers’ Voices
- School Fee Abolition: Parents’ Perspectives
- School Fee Abolition: Impact on Learning and Persistence
- Opportunity to Learn: A high impact strategy for improving educational outcomes in developing countries
- Oportunidad para Aprender: Una estrategia de gran impacto para mejorar los resultados educativos en los paÃses en desarrollo
- EQUIP2 Lessons Learned Synthesis
- EQUIP2 Lessons Learned in Education: Education Management Information Systems
- EQUIP2 State-of-the-Art Knowledge in Education: Secondary Education
- Public Expenditure Tracking in Education
- Information Use and Decentralized Education
- EQUIP Associate Awards Project Analyses, 2003-2009
- International Problem Solving through Distance Learning
- School Report Cards: Some Recent Experiences
- EQUIP Associate Awards Project Analyses, 2003-2005
- An Analysis of USAID Assistance to Basic Education in the Developing World, 1990-2005
- Long Path to Achieving Education for All: School Access, Retention, and Learning in 20 Countries
- Teenage, Married, and Out of School: Effects of early marriage and childbirth on school dropout
- Literacy data: More, but not always better
- Investment in Equity and Peacebuilding: Uganda Case Study
- Universal, but not Free: Household Schooling Costs and Equity Effects of Uganda's Universal Secondary Education Policy
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