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IAS practices to catalyze development. Public system as the “substrate” of the “chemical reaction” of bringing better educational policies into scale. 74.893 teachers trained yearly. 2.074.713 children and youngsters benefited yearly. Partner. Non partner. 77,9. 7.2 p.p. 70,6.

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IAS practices to catalyze development

Public system as the “substrate” of the

“chemical reaction” of bringing better

educational policies into scale

74.893

teachers trained yearly

2.074.713

children and youngsters benefited yearly

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Partner

Non partner

77,9

7.2 p.p.

70,6

Before the program (year 1)

After the program (year 1 + 6)

1,7 p.p.

68,9

Non partners annual progress:: 1,7 p.p. / 6,0 years = 0,3 p.p./year

Partners annual impact: 7,2 p.p. / 2,5 years average assistance = 2,9 p.p./year

Partners impact + progress: 2,9 p.p. + 0,3 = 3,2 p.p./year

3,2 p.p. / 0,3 p.p. = 11 times faster than non partners

IAS practices to catalyze development

IMPACT - EXTERNAL EVALUATION

● school approval rates (1st to 4th)

→946 partner cities against other Brazilian cities with the same observed characteristics

Ricardo Paes de Barros – secretary of Strategic Affairs from the President

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Lessons learned in providing services in scale for public good

and

→preset target X fast moving target

and

→demand X supply

and

→national context X local context

and

→on the job training X monitoring system

and

→bottom up X top down

and

→basic needs X innovation

and

→tacit knowledge X explicit knowledge

→federal X state X city cluster X city

and

→state X municipal education system

X

→private funding X public funding

and

→generalization X robustness

X

X

→exclusive X demonstration effect X universal

and

→quality X quantity ??

or

→government X non profit organization ??

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IAS practices to catalyze development

Assistance and investment

Million

children

assisted

Million

Euros

invested

10

9

2,00

8

1,75

7

1,50

6

1,25

5

1,00

4

0,75

3

0,50

2

0,25

1

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Resources invested

Children and youngsters assisted

Maintain 2 millions children and youngsters as beneficiaries

Increase impact through knowledge transfer

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IAS practices to catalyze development

Digging deeper…

74.893

teachers trained yearly

knowledge

practical / empirical

2.074.713

children and youngsters benefited yearly

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