Daniel Rodriguez-Segura. (2021) Educational technology in developing countries: a systematic review. Forthcoming at the World Bank Research Observer. [Abstract] [Latest draft (ungated)] [Database of studies] [Appendix] [Blog posts, presentations, and media coverage: Center for Global Development, Financial Times, SkillBox, UNICEF/WB presentation]
Rodriguez-Segura, Daniel, & Kim, B. H. (2021). The last mile in school access: Mapping education deserts in developing countries. Development Engineering, 100064. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.deveng.2021.100064 [Abstract] [Open-source code] [Blog post: Education Commission]
Daniel Rodriguez-Segura, Campton, C., Crouch, L., & Slade, T. S. (2021). Looking beyond changes in averages in evaluating foundational learning: Some inequality measures. International Journal of Educational Development, 84, 102411. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijedudev.2021.102411 [Abstract]
Schueler, Beth, & Rodriguez-Segura, D.. (2020). Can camp get you into a better secondary school? A field experiment of targeted instruction in Kenya. Education Finance and Policy. Just accepted, 1-56. . [Abstract] [Policy brief] [Media coverage: WISE]
Rodriguez-Segura, Daniel. (2020) Strengthening early literacy skills through social promotion policies? Intended and unintended consequences in Costa Rica. International Journal of Educational Development, 77, 102243. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijedudev.2020.102243 [Abstract] [Download: data, replication code]
Beth Schueler, Daniel Rodriguez-Segura. "Individualized academic support for students in time of Coronavirus: experimental evidence from Kenya". [Abstract] [pre-registration]
Daniel Rodriguez-Segura, Beth Schueler. "Can we measure foundational skills over the phone? Evidence from Kenya" (in analysis phase). [pre-registration]
Daniel Rodriguez-Segura, Beth Schueler, Ben Castleman. "Scaffolding parental support for early literacy: a multi-country experiment in Kenya and Nigeria" (in design phase).
Daniel Rodriguez-Segura, Youdi Schipper. "The fiscal burden of teacher absenteeism in Tanzania".