Improving School Governance at Scale: A Randomised Evaluation of the Madhya Pradesh School Quality Assessment Programme

  • Blog Post Date 31 October, 2016
  • IGC Research on India
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Karthik Muralidharan

University of California, San Diego

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Abhijeet Singh

Stockholm School of Economics

Weak governance is a critical constraint in delivering quality education in developing countries. This project conducts a randomised evaluation of one of the most ambitious recent attempts by a developing country government to improve education governance at scale. The Madhya Pradesh (MP) School Quality Assessment Programme (MPSQA) – officially called the MP Shaala Gunwatta programme – is a comprehensive attempt to improve school governance in the Indian state of MP and has been designed in a partnership between the Government of MP, DFID, and Absolute Return for Kids (ARK).

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