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Improving Teacher Performance and Accountability (KIAT Guru) Impact Evaluation 2019, Follow Up Survey

posted on 2023-02-06, 16:31 authored by Menno Pradhan, Arya Gaduh, Jan Priebe, Dewi Susanti

The study aims to evaluate the impacts of three interventions which linked a community-based monitoring scheme with a government  allowance specifically received by teachers working in remote schools in  Indonesia. The program was launched by the Ministry of Education and  Culture (MoEC) and the National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty  Reduction (TNP2K) and was developed in collaboration with the World Bank  with a total budget of US$6,335,000. The program aims to increase the  presence and service quality of primary school teachers in remote areas  in Indonesia. Since 2016, the program targets 270 primary schools spread  in 235 remote villages in 5 districts. 


RISE Funding

FCDO, DFAT and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Additional Funding

World Bank, TNP2K, DFAT

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