PHASE ONE OUTCOMES REPORT
The outcomes presented in the ALSE Phase One Outcomes Report harness ALSE’s experimental design to evaluate CBE effectiveness, teacher recruitment, and parent/community mobilization.
Our results provide information for the government of Afghanistan to ensure that girls and boys across the country have lasting access to a high-quality primary education. This cutting-edge evidence will also help USAID support critical innovations in Afghanistan’s education policy arena and in other countries facing structural constraints related to conflict, high poverty levels, and other challenges to public services access.
ALSE asks you to please cite the Phase One Outcomes Report using the following citation:
Burde, D., J. Middleton, and C. Samii. 2016. Assessment of Learning Outcomes and Social Effects of Community-Based Education: A Randomized Field Experiment in Afghanistan. Phase One Outcomes Report. New York: Steinhardt School, New York University.