Working paper

WP 23: Social and economic effects on primary pupils' reading achievement: findings from Southern and East Africa

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This working paper investigates what material resources in the home and social influences give primary school students an advantage in learning to read by analysing data collected by the Southern and East African Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality (SACMEQ) in six low income countries and four small middle income states.

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