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EQUIP End of Project Review EQUIP2 Policy and Systems John Gillies November 8, 2011. Evolving Context and Questions . Washington consensus and international dialogue: Country-led rhetoric and new modalities Accountability, transparency, assessment

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EQUIP

End of

Project

Review

EQUIP2

Policy and

Systems

John Gillies

November 8,

2011

evolving context and questions
Evolving Context and Questions

Washington consensus and international dialogue:

Country-led rhetoric and new modalities

Accountability, transparency, assessment

Trends: decentralization, community schools, SBM

Evolving questions:

  • What works?
  • What is the recipe for scaling up and sustaining innovations
  • What modalities are most effective?

Why were these questions so hard to answer?

Why is the answer so unsatisfying?

the questions

What is the problem?

The Questions

Simple: What is

the recipe?

Complicated:

What is

the plan?

OMG

Complex

Dynamic

informing the future
Informing the future
  • Sustainability and scaling up requires sound interventions, but does not have a technical solution
  • Development is about people, relationships, trust, credibility These are earned – and not transferable.
  • USAID’s comparative advantage to accompany national leaders in solving hard problems. Respect!
  • Constructed Serendipity –create opportunities by investing in structures, processes, and leadership
  • Evaluate and measure the right things – not just the easy things.
  • Managing change – not change management
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EQUIP2 2003 – 2012

  • Research in education policy, systems, and management