Assessment of Learning Outcomes and Social Effects of Community-Based Education (ALSE) Releases Research Brief

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KABUL, Afghanistan, October 3, 2017 – The Assessment of Learning Outcomes and Social Effects of Community-Based Education (ALSE) Research Project at New York University, operating in partnership with USAID, CRS, and CARE International, has released a research brief on Community Capacity to Co-manage Primary Education. Research has found that the three institutions set up as part of the Afghan government’s Citizen’s Charter National Priority Program, Community Development Councils (CDCs), Education Subcommittees (ESs), and School Management Shuras (SMSs), continue to function, though opportunities for improvement exist. Fieldwork for the evaluation was conducted by ACSOR-Surveys in partnership with D3 Systems, Inc.

The research brief is available in English, Dari, and Pashto. More information on research findings and project background can be found on the ALSE website.

This entry was posted on October 3, 2017

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