This page lists primarily two kinds of reports. The first kind are those generated by organizations who are a part of the Karnataka Learning Partnership and the second are reports of general interest in the primary education space. If you would like to see your reports featured here, please do email us at email@example.com.
Since its inception in March 2000, Akshara has touched the lives of over 800,000 children in the state of Karnataka, India. Over the last thirteen years, Akshara has run multiple programmes that have all been designed to be comprehensive, scalable, replicable and cost-effective remedial or supplementary education solutions.
All Akshara's programs are child-centric and are designed to ensure that : enrolment in schools increase, drop-outs from schools decrease, and that children's learning outcomes and overall development improve. In particular, Akshara works in close partnership with the Education Department of the Government of Karnataka and the Department of Women and Child Welfare to supplement existing primary school and pre-primary school programs. Here are links to Akshara Foundation's reports:
Every year since 2005, the non government organization Pratham has facilitated an innovative exercise: that of implementing the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER). This enormous annual task engages citizens across the country in understanding and tracking children's ability to read and do basic arithmetic via the participation of local organizations and institutions in every rural district in the country. It is the largest household survey of children conducted in India by citizens' groups, carried out by more than 25,000 volunteers and covering over 700,000 children in 15,000 villages each year. It is also the only annual source of information regarding learning levels of children in elementary school.
Accountability Initiative seeks to improve the quality of Indias public services by promoting informed and accountable governance. PAISA is an Accountability Initiatives flagship project that works to develop innovative models to track social sector programs. Under PAISA, we develop practical, scalable, people-friendly tools and use these tools to collect data on fund flows, expenditures and implementation processes.
Here are some Accountability Initiative Reports:
HOW MUCH DOES INDIA SPEND PER STUDENT ON EDUCATION?
DO SCHOOLS GET THEIR MONEY? PAISA 2014
IndiaGoverns Research Institute aims to make development data matter in two ways:
- Make the development discourse between elected representatives and citizens better informed and backed by specific data, rather than only relying on perceptions;
- Enable citizen groups and elected representatives to use such government data to strengthen their demands for greater government intervention on development issues relevant to them.
Here are the links to IndiaGoverns Archives.
UNDP is the United Nations' global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. Their work in Education is linked up here.
The Public Report on Basic Education (PROBE) can be downloaded off the UNDP website from here.
Education for All
Developed by an independent team and published by UNESCO, the Education for All Global Monitoring Report is an authoritative reference that aims to inform, influence and sustain genuine commitment towards Education for All. More about the Report here...
The 2015 EFA Global Monitoring report can be accessed from here.
Country Analytic Review
The Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE) is a programme of research.CREATEs research aims to increase knowledge and understanding of the reasons why so many children fail to access and complete basic education.
The Country Analytic Review (CAR) for India has been published here.
The mission of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. Their work in Education can be accessed from here.
Published early in 2010 by Cisco, Learning from the Extemes examines how social entrepreneurs around the world are devising new approaches to learning in extreme social circumstances - favelas, slums, informal settlements - when there are few teachers, schools, text books. The radically innovative approaches they develop challenge conventional wisdom about schooling and provide new insights into how the developed world should reform its education systems. The report is available here.