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Effective data visualizations can be a powerful way to summarize important insights, and I'm personally a big fan of good graphs!


Over time, work has allowed me to engage with data in ways that result in (what I think are) interesting visualizations that convey some insights about education policy in LMICs and/or research methods. As such, I would like to share some of those graphs here, where I will routinely update this page with some of my favorite graphs from my work and research, covering a range of topics including methodology and impact evaluation issues, language of instruction policy, heterogeneity in learning outcomes across whole systems, and other (mostly FLN-related) topics.


For more context on a given visualization, just click on it — there should be a short description, and where applicable, a link to the piece it comes from. I hope you also enjoy and find these visualizations interesting!

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