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The Lagos Eko Secondary Education Sector Project : Tailoring International Best Practices to Improve Educational Outcomes at the State Level

SKILLS SANITATION EDUCATION STRATEGY EVALUATION OF EDUCATION SCHOOL SYSTEM EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS BASIC EDUCATION SCHOOL TEACHERS TEACHERS EDUCATION MANAGEMENT DROPOUT RATE SCHOOL DATA SCHOOLING SCHOOL DROPOUT BASIC EDUCATION STRATEGY JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL NUMERACY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES CONTEXTUAL FACTORS PRIMARY EDUCATION PROJECT READING HABITS EDUCATION REFORMS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT NATIONAL CURRICULUM SECONDARY CERTIFICATE GENDER PARITY LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS POOR PEOPLE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION LEARNING MATERIALS TEACHING MATERIALS TEACHER PERFORMANCE SCHOOL CENSUS SCHOOL-AGE POPULATION LITERACY RATES JUNIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ACCESS TO EDUCATION LITERACY TEXTBOOKS KNOWLEDGE COLLEGE STAFF JUNIOR SECONDARY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT GENDER EDUCATION SKILLED PEOPLE EDUCATION FOR ALL COMPLETION RATES SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS QUALITY OF EDUCATION TRAINING TEACHER TRAINING SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN DEMAND FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL COMMUNITY EDUCATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PRIVATE SCHOOLS SCHOOL HOURS SECONDARY SCHOOLS SCHOOL PROJECT OFFICIAL SCHOOL AGE SECONDARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ACHIEVEMENT OF OUTCOMES SCHOOL CURRICULUM VOCATIONAL EDUCATION LEARNING EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT TEACHER SALARIES SCHOOL STUDENTS CLASSROOM TEACHING PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHING GROSS ENROLLMENT SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL-AGE SCHOOL LEVEL PROBLEM SOLVING EXPERIENCED TEACHERS PRIMARY SCHOOLS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT LEARNERS READING GROSS ENROLLMENT RATES GENDER PARITY INDEX PUBLISHERS SCHOOL CLUSTERS SCHOOL YEAR ACCESS TO DATA FREE EDUCATION DROPOUT RATES SCHOOL FACILITIES ENROLLMENT RATES SKILLS TRAINING PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE SCHOOLS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION SERVICES LEARNING OUTCOMES UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION STUDENT PERFORMANCE PROVISION OF EDUCATION TEACHER RATIOS SCHOOL GRADUATES CLASSROOM LEVEL INDIVIDUAL LEARNING NATIONAL EDUCATION STUDENT SCORES REPORT CARDS QUALIFIED TEACHERS TEACHER DEPLOYMENT STUDENT ASSESSMENTS STATE EDUCATION SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SPEECH DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM TEACHER EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS QUALITY OF EDUCATION SERVICES PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS SCHOOL CLASSROOMS TEACHER RATIO BASIC LITERACY EDUCATION SCHOOL PERFORMANCE CLASSROOM TEACHERS SCHOOL OPERATIONS SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION EDUCATIONAL ACCESS PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOLS PRIMARY LEVEL SCHOOL EDUCATION QUALITY TRAINING EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES NUMBER OF STUDENTS EDUCATION SPECIALISTS SCHOOL BUILDINGS PRIMARY EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS IN EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING ACTIVITIES GENDER DISTRIBUTION AVAILABILITY OF SCHOOLS CLASSROOM CLASSROOMS SCHOOL EDUCATION DATA SECONDARY EDUCATION SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT ATTENDANCE RATE ADULT LITERACY TEACHER DEVELOPMENT STUDENT LEARNING TRAINING ACTIVITIES OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS SCHOOL AGE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Nigeria
2016-06-06T15:16:24Z | 2016-06-06T15:16:24Z | 2016-03

This case study seeks to understand how the Lagos Eko Secondary Education Project (Eko Project) tailored international best practices to leverage impact through education sector reforms in Lagos State’s public secondary school system. These best practices include an intensive utilization of evidence-based policy making, the granting of autonomy to a variety of stakeholders together with the expectation of accountability for results, community participation, incentives for reform, support for public-private partnerships (PPPs), and adaptive implementation. Research methods focus on the Science of Delivery case study guidelines, drawing on semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions with key stakeholders to better understand the implementation process and analyze the causal mechanisms for results achieved. The case study highlights four key contributors to the Eko Project’s politically savvy, locally tailored and adaptive delivery approach: (i) it managed to build on collective leadership along the entire delivery chain, from the political leadership of the governor down to the professional leadership of classroom teachers; (ii) it bounced back from a setback in outcomes by strengthening data collection and analysis of results; (iii) it struck the right balance between external and internal implementation mechanisms to make the most of established institutions; and (iv) it aimed at macro-level impact by reaching down to individual learning achievements.

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