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Do Early Warning Systems and Student Engagement Activities Reduce Dropout? Findings from the Four-Country SDPP Evaluation


  • Nancy Murray


Mathematica designed, implemented, and rigorously evaluated evidence-based school dropout prevention pilot interventions in four Asian countries—India, Tajikistan, Cambodia, and Timor-Leste.

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  • Nancy Murray, "undated". "Do Early Warning Systems and Student Engagement Activities Reduce Dropout? Findings from the Four-Country SDPP Evaluation," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 6c67c89686ba46369481c6768, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:6c67c89686ba46369481c67683627928

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    2. Diane Paulsell & Ann M. Berghout & Maegan Lokteff, 2013. "Measuring Implementation of Early Childhood Interventions at Multiple System Levels," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a575fa2ca7624244b0465fcff, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Education; international; USAID; reading; CIPRE; School Dropout Prevention;

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    • F - International Economics
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