Global Partnership for Education's open data visualizes 57 key education indicators from developing country partners.
GPE developed this online database as part of its Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy. The datasets compare education targets to actual results in each GPE developing country partner to help these countries assess their progress and develop evidence-based programs to address children's education.
The database contains the most recent education data from GPE developing country partners' education sector plans, joint sector review documents, and GPE grant applications, as well as data provided by GPE partners such as UNESCO and the World Bank.
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The GPE Open Data Project reflects the partnership's commitment to transparency. GPE data is accessible to all users and is free to be used and distributed.
Data can be downloaded in PDF and Excel formats on the GPE developing country profiles. Data visualizations can be embedded and shared through social media channels and exported for presentations or publications
The GPE Secretariat collected the first dataset for the Results for Leaning Report 2012. Data was aggregated from public sources and validated by GPE Local Education Groups (LEGs), which gather developing country governments and their education and development partners at the local level. This validation process reflects GPE's commitment to support country-based statistical systems. Data is reported as it was presented in the original sources, or as provided by LEGs.
Data will be updated regularly with two major rounds of updates scheduled bi-annually in June and November.