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North America, Workshop or Training
Hosted by: J-PAL Global and North America
This five-day in-person training gives participants a thorough understanding of why and when researchers and policymakers might choose to conduct randomized evaluations and how randomized evaluations are designed in real-world settings.
Hosted by: J-PAL Global, Innovations for Poverty Action, UK Department for International Development
Researchers from the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) will discuss field research on what works to improve governance and address conflict and corruption in low-income countries.
South Asia, Workshop or Training
Hosted by: J-PAL South Asia, CLEAR South Asia
Survey instruments are one of the most commonly used tools for collecting primary data from individuals and groups. Several factors need to be considered during the design and implementation phases to ensure that data collected through survey instruments is reliable and accurate.
Latin America & the Caribbean, Dissemination
Hosted by: J-PAL LAC
North America, Dissemination
Video of Elie Hassenfeld: Making Donor Dollars Count
Southeast Asia, Workshop or Training
Hosted by: J-PAL Southeast Asia
Evaluating Social Programs is J-PAL’s flagship executive education course. The two-day course provides participants with an introduction to randomized evaluations and when they can be used strategically in program or policy evaluation. An optional third day is open to participants who wish to understand the pragmatic considerations involved in conducting a randomized evaluation.
The Teaching at the Right Level webinar series will continue with its fourth installment on Tuesday, March 6, at 8:30 AM ET. This session will focus on Teacher Training. Presenters will share research on the effectiveness of different training programs and discuss Pratham's approach to teacher training. The list of presenters will be finalized shortly.