Rachel Hatch, MAResearch Associate
Areas of expertise
- Educational equity
- Research, monitoring and evaluation
- Data analysis
- Data utilization and management
- Visualization of data
- Policy and systems analysis
Projects & Resources
The Education Equity Research Initiative is a collaborative partnership led by FHI 360 and Save the Children U.S. with the common objective of advancing research to inform policy and programming on effective ways of strengthening equity in and through education systems.
The USAID Ghana Partnership for Education: Learning activity aims to support Ghana's educational institutions over five years, with the goal of improving, expanding and sustaining learning outcomes for at least 2.8 million primary students nationwide.
This report, commissioned by UNICEF, sought to answer the question: Does violent conflict affect education inequality?
This brief provides an overview of a study, commissioned by UNICEF and completed by FHI 360’s Education Policy and Data Center, that sought to provide evidence on the relationship between educational equity and violent conflict.
Large-scale estimates of out of school children are often taken at face value, without sensitivity to the extent of missing and incomplete information for a large number of countries, which affects the precision of regional and global aggregates.