OECD Report

Quality Education for All: Lessons and Future Priorities

Authors: OECD Development Centre
Year: 2019

This policy note analyses foundations’ support for education in developing countries. It provides key figures of philanthropic giving for education and gathers a selection of case studies to further explore how foundations are investing to expand access to schooling, better measure learning outcomes, empower teachers and school leaders to deliver quality education, and learn from their own work on the ground.

The state of Edtech in Ivory Coast

The State of EdTech in Ivory Coast

Authors: Trecc, Seedstars
Year: 2018

This report presents the EdTech ecosystem and reveals the challenges faced by those committed to fulfill the promise of education as a key element for the country's development, while also highlighting the investment opportunities that exist in Côte d’Ivoire.

Millions Learning

Millions Learning. Real-time Scaling Labs

Authors: Jenny Perlman Robinson and Molly Curtiss, CUE Brookings Institution
Year: 2018

Designing an adaptive learning process to support large-scale change in education.

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Study on Education in Côte d'Ivoire

Author: Margaux SMEYERS, Comoé Capital
Year: 2017

Comoe Capital conducted a study on the private offer in Education in Côte d’Ivoire in 2017. This study assesses the state of education based on data from the literature and field research, and provides perspectives for potential investments.


More Than One-Half of Children and Adolescents Are Not Learning Worldwide

Author: Unesco
Year: 2017

An analysis of the learning situation facing school-age children globally, this study shows the need to improve quality of education.


Education sector plan 2016-2025 [French]

Author: Government of Ivory Coast
Year: 2017

The Ivorian Government’s 10-year education sector plan.


Education system performance in francophone sub-Saharan Africa

Author: Confemen
Year: 2015

An evaluation of the education system performance in Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Ivory Coast, Niger, Senegal, and Togo.