Bangladesh is one the exemplary countries who showed outstanding results in Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) implementation. Bangladesh achieved many targets of Millennium Development Goal ahead of time (e.g. Eradicate Extreme Hunger and Poverty, Reduce Child Mortality, Improve Maternal Health etc.) target before time and before 2015 deadline, some of the remaining goals were achieved or were on track. Replacing EFA 2015, World Education Forum (WEF) 2015 in Incheon, Korea declared Education 2030 agenda with the objective “inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” (UN 2015). As one of the 17 SDGs, this agenda is reflected in SDG 4: Quality Education. Among other targets like health, employment, climate change, production & consumption etc., Education hold a unique position as many of issues which enables other SDGs success are depended on Education.
dRi involved itself in research on education sector since its inception. dRi maintains intellectual relation with several academic institutes and Universities. dRi offers its expertise to national and international organizations to support them by generating knowledge and understanding which will contribute in their initiatives to develop education sector.Our expertise includes Research Design & Measurement, Feasibility Study, Socio Economic Study, Monitoring & Evaluation, Impact Evaluation etc. employing advanced and contemporary quantitative and qualitative research tools.To assess the quality of education, dRi uses Learning Assessment Tools effectively.
|1||Education||The Research and Edu-Match Project||View|
|2||Education||The Primary Education Development Program||View|
|3||Education||Survey on Bangladesh Civil Service Officers to understand the impact of Pay Scale reform on work motivation of Government officers in Bangladesh||View|
|4||Education||Research on the Politics of Implementing Social Protection in Bangladesh||View|
|5||Education||Online Consumer Behavior Research||View|
|6||Education||Evaluation Activities for the Best School for Girls campaign, Bangladesh||View|
|7||Education||Evaluation Activities for the Best School for Girls campaign||View|
|8||Education||Endline Evaluation of the Girl’s Education Challenge Project||View|
|9||Education||End Line Evaluation of Duronto: Education for Children Project||View|
|10||Education||Classroom or Community? Evaluating Two Ways of Delivering Financial Education to BRAC Microfinance Members||View|
|11||Education||Baseline Survey of Shishuder Jonno Program||View|