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Rural Education Action Program
Deerfield and Gao Xin Trip
Rural Boarding Schools in China: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
In the wake of a nationwide school merger program carried out in the early 2000s, boarding schools have sprung up across rural China. Despite large-scale government investment, the quality of...
Responsible Vocational Education
Today there is a significant labor shortage in China. This, coupled with a new law limiting dispatch workers to 10% of the workforce, is causing many suppliers to address the shortage through the use...
Seeing is Learning: Through a Student's Eyes
This video is in Chinese.
In rural China, many parents don't talk to or play with their babies. This can stunt their socio-emotional and cognitive development. Watch how we're studying the effects of improved parenting...
The Role of Vocational Schooling in Human Capital Development in Developing Countries: Evidence from China
Happy New Year and Thank You from CEEE
Seeing is Learning: Eyeglasses Changed My Life
Seeing is Learning: Vision Care for China's Rural Students
Nourishing the Future: Nutrition for China's Rural Babies
Welcome to the Annual REAP Trip!
REAP at a Glance
Dreams to Fulfill
The Rural Education Action Project
Paying for Performance in China's Battle Against Anemia
Technology and Education: Computer Assisted Learning in Poor Migrant Schools
Collaborating with Policymakers: Making High School Free
Is One Egg Enough?
Anemia: Rural China's Invisible Epidemic
Quality education for all children? What works in education in developing countries
Changing Patterns of Chinese Outward FDI: Drivers and Implications
China's Challenges Towards Becoming a High Income Society
China's Human Capital Inequality: Evidence from College Entrance Exams and Admissions
China's Rural Human Capital Gap and Middle Income Trap
Falling Inequality in Brazil: Are There Lessons for China?
Human Capital and Mexico's Labor Markets
Inequality in China: Recent Trends
Introductory Thoughts for "Will China Fall into a Middle Income Trap? Growth, Inequality and Future Instability"
Poverty, Income Inequality, and Economic Growth in China
The Education Hedge and Recovery from Crisis in Korea
When Fast Growing Economies Slow Down: Evidence and Implications for China
Using Mixed Methods to Improve the Quality and Relevance of Impact Evaluation