J-PAL África, con sede en la Universidad de Cape Town en Sudáfrica, apoya a los investigadores que realizan evaluaciones aleatorias en África, lleva a cabo capacitaciones para desarrollar la capacidad de comprender y ejecutar evaluaciones aleatorias y trabaja con los responsables políticos para ayudarles a aprovechar evidencia rigurosa para hacer las políticas más eficaces y ampliar los programas más prometedores.
The Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa team was launched in January as a joint initiative of Pratham and J-PAL. We collaborate with governments and partners across Africa to address the learning crisis in primary schools through TaRL, an educational approach that builds foundational...
J-PAL Africa is offering a five-day course on Evaluating Social Programs in Cape Town, South Africa from July 29 to August 2, 2019. The course will provide a thorough understanding of randomized evaluations and pragmatic step-by-step training on how to conduct an evaluation. Apply here by 12 May 2019.
New Teaching at the Right Level initiative to support over three million primary school students in Africa with evidence-backed approach.
Existen 285 evaluaciones aleatorizadas, finalizadas o en curso, implementadas en 28 países de África.
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Starting now: @MIT's Roberto Rigobon on the modern history of...
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- Venezuela: How did we get here, and what’s next?: The third constitution—ever—was written in Venezuela. Additionally, use of the term “social security” as a responsibility of the state was first introduced in Venezuela in 1818. Between 1945 and 1965, Venezuela had the second fastest growth rate in per capita GDP (after Japan), the second lowest inflation rate (after Germany), and the lowest interest rate, not to mention good weather (which clearly defines paradise). So, what happened? On May 14, Professor Roberto Rigobon of MIT Sloan will deliver the next talk in J-PAL’s Data, Decisions, Public Policy (D2P2) lecture series. Roberto will speak about the modern history of Venezuela, starting from when the country had little oil all to way up to the turmoil of today. He will discuss the current humanitarian crisis and possible alternatives moving forward. 4 days 18 hours ago.
- Due to high demand, we've added more seats for our June executive education course @MIT in Cambridge, MA! Join us for an intensive five-day training on impact evaluation methods, with a focus on rigorous randomized evaluation. Apply now: https://j-p.al/US-ExecEd-19. 4 days 21 hours ago.
- Join us next Tuesday, May 14 at 3pm ET for a talk on the modern history of Venezuela w/ MIT professor Roberto Rigobon - including discussion of the current humanitarian crisis and possible ways forward. Register to attend in person or watch live online: j-p.al/d2p2. #D2P2 1 week 2 days ago.
- Around the world, vast amounts of data are being collected, creating tremendous opportunities to transform lives through better policies. J-PAL's new IDEA Initiative will enable more of these opportunities - see how at https://j-p.al/idea-launch. (And the IDEA team is hiring! See open positions at https://j-p.al/24f08 and https://j-p.al/79174.) 1 week 4 days ago.
- Pratham Education Foundation & J-PAL have worked together over 15 years to refine Pratham's Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach with rigorous randomized evaluations. Through TaRL Africa, we're now expanding to 3m+ students. What does this look like in practice? j-p.al/53c60 2 weeks 4 days ago.