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National Survey of Catholic Schools in Haiti: Final Report, June 2012

National Survey of Catholic Schools in Haiti: Final Report, June 2012   

Catholic Relief Services and partners used iPod touch, iFormBuilder and GPS Cradle to map more than 2,300 Catholic schools in Haiti. This report offers results and recommendations on school access, quality, governance, management, finances, facilities and capacities.

Download the PDF in English (1.4 MB)
Download the PDF in French (1.3 MB)

View a presentation: How CRS used ICT4D to collect data


Contents

Introduction 4
Methodology 6
School Characteristics and Access to Schooling 7
    Survey Results 8
    School Access Findings 23
    Strategic Directions in Access to Schooling 23
Catholic Identity and Formation 25
    Survey Results 25
    Catholic Identity Findings 26
    Strategic Directions in Catholic Identity 26
School Quality 27
    Survey Results 27
    Summary of School Findings 37
    Strategic Directions in School Quality 37
Governance and Management 39
    Survey Results 40
    Governance and Management Findings 41
    Strategic Directions in Governance and Management 41
Finances 41
    Survey Results 42
    Finances Findings 46
    Strategic Directions in Finances 46
Facilities and Capacity 46
    Survey Results 47
    Findings for Facilities and Capacity 53
    Strategic Directions in Facilities and Capacity 53
References 55

 

Publication details

Authors: Alliance for Catholic Education and University of Notre Dame
Publisher: Catholic Relief Services (June 2012)
Booklet: 56 pages
Language: English
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches

Posted on November 6, 2012


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