25 02 18

Endline Evaluation of the PEAS network under the Uganda Universal Secondary Education Programme

25 02 18

PEAS has been acting under the PPP to open schools in poor and under-served communities, and accepting students who would fail due to poor examination results to gain access elsewhere, and so the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) was commissioned to evaluate PEAS’s work in Uganda.

EPRC carried out 3 rounds of evaluation starting in 2015, with the objective of assessing the quality, the extent of expansion in access, and the sustainability of the PEAS model. The baseline survey found that that PEAS schools were reaching the under-served, rural poor, and while students came from disadvantaged backgrounds, they performed just as well as other students in numeracy and literacy, while PEAS schools proved less expensive for households to access, than other schools.


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