Replication data for: Many Children Left Behind? Textbooks and Test Scores in Kenya

Michael Kremer, Paul Glewwe & Sylvie Moulin
A randomized evaluation in rural Kenya finds, contrary to the previous literature, that providing textbooks did not raise average test scores. Textbooks did increase the scores of the best students (those with high pretest scores) but had little effect on other students. Textbooks are written in English, most students' third language, and many students could not use them effectively. More generally, the curriculum in Kenya, and in many other developing countries, tends to be oriented...
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