United States Fund for UNICEF

For Support To Data Must Speak

Overview
This grant for UNICEF’s Data Must Speak program will support the use of data-driven school profiles by local education officials, school personnel, and parents to make performance gaps more visible and identify specific actions for better learning. UNICEF will support data improvement, development of user-friendly school monitoring tools and related training modules for school personnel and community members, and track resulting community and system-level changes. UNICEF will share lessons about parent participation in education service delivery with other UNICEF offices, ministries of education, civil society, and global education networks.
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for support to Data Must Speak  
This grant for UNICEF’s Data Must Speak program will support the use of data-driven school profiles by local education officials, school personnel, and parents to make performance gaps more visible and identify specific actions for better learning. UNICEF will support data improvement, development of user-friendly school monitoring tools and related training modules for school personnel and community members, and track resulting community and system-level changes. UNICEF will share lessons about parent participation in education service delivery with other UNICEF offices, ministries of education, civil society, and global education networks.
for an evaluation of the Data Must Speak project  
Data Must Speak is a multicountry program for testing new approaches to school-level performance monitoring, equity, and citizen engagement. This grant provides support to UNICEF to evaluate Data Must Speak, focusing on whether and how the process of co-designing school report cards has led to more community engagement and joint problem-solving to improve the quality of education and learning in five countries.
for support to Data Must Speak  
This grant will support UNICEF’s Data Must Speak program that will improve global knowledge about what works and where (or not) in the development and use of data-driven school profiles by local education officials, school personnel, and parents to make performance gaps more visible and identify specific local actions for better learning. UNICEF will support data improvement, development of user-friendly school monitoring tools and related training modules for school personnel and community members, and evaluation of the effectiveness of these social accountability tools in expanding parent participation and accountability in education service delivery in up to 10 countries.

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