Éducation

Le secteur Éducation de J-PAL vise à améliorer l’accès et la fourniture d’une instruction primaire et post-primaire de qualité. Dans cette optique, ses chercheurs effectuent des travaux sur des questions telles que la pédagogie, la formation des enseignants, les incitations (pour les enfants, les professeurs et les familles), la gestion des établissements scolaires, le développement de la petite enfance, ou encore les technologies de l’information et de la communication. 
Créée en 2012 grâce au soutien de la fondation Douglas B. Marshall et de la fondation MacArthur, l’Initiative Éducation post-primaire finance des évaluations aléatoires qui mettent au point et éprouvent des solutions innovantes visant à améliorer l’accès, la qualité et la pertinence de l’enseignement post-primaire dans les pays en voie de développement entier. 
Children study in a classroom.
Blog

Mitigating global learning losses: lessons from the pandemic

Researchers and policymakers in education are still only beginning to measure the significant learning and socio-emotional skill losses that occurred during the global outbreak of the coronavirus. This post outlines some ideas from recent and established rigorous research for governments and schools...

Improving student learning: impacts by gender
Policy Insight

Improving student learning: Impacts by gender

Most programs to improve student learning have similar impacts on girls and boys. However, policymakers should consider potential different effects by gender while designing programs since, in some cases, program design choices led to different impacts on girls and boys.

Students working at a Mindspark center in Delhi.
Evaluation

Disrupting Education? Experimental Evidence on Technology-Aided Instruction in India

Researchers evaluated a computer-based adaptive learning platform (Mindspark) for secondary school students in urban India to measure the impact of customized learning technology on student test scores. The program increased test scores across all groups of students and was cost-effective compared...

TaRL activities taking place in a classroom in Gujarat, India
Evidence to Policy

Soutien scolaire

Sector Chairs

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Co-chair/chaire, Éducation

Associate Professor

University of Chicago

Co-chair/chaire, Éducation

Tata Chancellor’s Professor of Economics

University of California, San Diego

Co-chair/chaire, Éducation

Professor of Economics

University of Toronto

Sector Contacts

Headshot of Margaret Andersen

Senior Policy Associate, J-PAL Global

Madeline Brancel

Policy Manager, J-PAL Global

Headshot of Demitria Wack

Policy Associate, J-PAL Global

Sam Wolf headshot

Policy Associate, J-PAL Global