ProjectLT Literacy Uganda Study IDsspp-2023-0003-v1 Study Title
Long-run impacts of mother tongue instruction in Uganda AuthorsDavid Bernard, Julie Buhl-Wiggers, Jason Kerwin, Ricardo Montero de la Piedra, Jeffrey Smith, Rebecca L. Thornton Completion Time15 Minutes Close DateMay 1, 2023 DisciplineEconomics FieldDevelopment Economics, Economics Of Education CountryUganda Abstract In Uganda children in lower primary are often taught in English instead of their local language. An Ugandan education firm developed a program to improve literacy by teaching in the local language. We ask you to predict the short and long-run effects of the program.
10% of respondents to this survey will receive an accuracy reward of up to $100. There is also $40 reward if you complete at least 4 of these long-run surveys.
Based on forecast accuracy
Recipient PoolIncentives are lottery-based
When uploading forecasting surveys, authors are asked to select several key questions which are often the questions they think are the most important to the study.
Bernard, David, Buhl-Wiggers, Julie, Kerwin, Jason, Piedra, Ricardo Montero de la, Smith, Jeffrey, and Rebecca L. Thornton. 2023. "Long-run impacts of mother tongue instruction in Uganda." Social Science Prediction Platform. February 1. https://socialscienceprediction.org/s/b0zfbx