2015 • 2 years, 8 months • Girls' Secondary Education in Developing Countries
The mission of The Education Partnership Centre is to establish enhanced education systems through designing and implementing partnerships among government and non-state education stakeholders. The Centre works closely with MacArthur secondary education grantees in Nigeria to accelerate their learning and networking. To further strengthen the impact of their work the Centre holds convenings and workshops with grantees and education stakeholders, produces reports to educate education practitioners and policymakers, and provides technical assistance to grantees.
2014 • 3 years • Girls' Secondary Education in Developing Countries
The Education Partnership Centre (TEP Centre) works to improve the overall design, implementation, and evaluation of education initiatives in Nigeria through scaleable stakeholder partnerships. Drawing on the well-established Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) methodology, TEP Centre will implement an annual citizen-led household survey of learning in Nigeria in order to collect outcome-focused baseline data to inform evidence-led policy and advocacy. The grant will support an initial 18 month phase of work during which TEP will adapt the ASER tools and instruments for the Nigerian context and develop a tested methodology for the implementation of the survey.