December 23, 2015
The Public Accountability and Governance in Education (PAGE) project at CPR analysed the government monitoring system in public schools through intensive field surveys in five states over a period of five months during the last year.
Findings showed internal incoherence in institutional arrangements; lack of ownership by government officials; very poor state capacity at the frontline level; misplaced accountabilities; and emphasis on ‘form over function’.
Findings were shared at a recent seminar at CPR to be followed by state level disseminations.
Please find below:
An audio recording of the findings: Are Government Schools Monitored Effectively?
A presentation on the survey findings
A photo-film capturing the field work (above)