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Assessing Sector Performance and Inequality in Education: Streamlined Analysis with ADePT Software

Emilio Porta, Gustavo Arcia, Kevin Macdonald, Sergiy Radyakin () and Michael Lokshin ()

No 2326 in World Bank Publications from The World Bank

Abstract: This book gathers in one volume all the information related to Automated DEC [Development Economics - Vice Presidency at the World Bank] Poverty Tables (ADePT) Edu, the software platform created by the World Bank for reporting and analyzing education indicators and education inequality. It includes a primer on the availability of education data, an operating manual for using the ADePT software, a technical explanation of all the education indicators ADePT generates, and an overview of global education inequality using ADePT Edu. Chapter one is an introduction to ADePT Edu. It describes its origin and intended use and familiarizes readers with educational statistics. Chapter two is intended for users unfamiliar with the different datasets that contain education statistics and household-level data that contain information on education. Chapter three is a step-by-step technical guide for potential users. In addition to identifying the hardware and operating system requirements, it provides graphic examples of each of the steps needed to install and operate the software. Chapter four describes the outputs of ADePT and the definitions of all the indicators it generates. Chapter five provides a global and regional overview of education inequality, using ADePT Edu outputs obtained from household survey data. It analyzes inequality in school participation, progression, and attainment. Chapter 5 also illustrates how ADePT Edu can be used to readily analyze data from any household survey, a feature that makes this software unique. The analysis of education inequality serves as a backdrop for the potential use of household surveys for analyzing the demand side of education.

Keywords: Social; Protections; and; Labor; -; Disability; Education; -; Education; For; All; Education; -; Access; &; Equity; in; Basic; Education; Teaching; and; Learning; Education; -; Primary; Education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
ISBN: 978-0-8213-8458-9
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