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Access or Quality?

Decision Making on Education in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Michelle Bellino, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Set in a refugee camp in Kenya, this case’s protagonist is an education officer struggling to promote educational access and quality for refugee children in an ever-changing organizational setting. 

Dignitas Project (A)

Monica Higgins, Lissa V. Young, and Bristol Charrow

An educational entrepreneur lays the groundwork for creating a community-based educational organization in Kenya.

Dignitas Project (B)

Monica Higgins, Lissa V. Young, and Bristol Charrow

The founders of a community-based educational organization in Kenya prepare a participatory needs assessment.

Investing in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

A Global Commitment?
Vidur Chopra, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

The case study focuses on educational investments in fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS). How can donors minimize the risks of investing in these contexts while at the same time meeting global commitments to high-quality education for all children? 

Marina Lee and Noumena Education Initiative (A)

Monica Higgins and Marcia Russell

In this case, an educational entrepreneur develops a plan to launch an innovative tutoring business in Korea.

Marina Lee and Noumena Education Initiative (B)

Monica Higgins and Marcia Russell

This brief sequel to Marina Lee and Noumena Education Initiative (A) describes personal, financial, and political challenges to the plan.

More Than Words

Language in the Move from Refugee to Returnee to Citizen in Burundi
Vidur Chopra, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

The case focuses on decisions around language of instruction for refugees.

Should Refugees Live in Cities? (A)

The Formation of a Global Policy
Adam Turney, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Case A explores decision-making around a radical shift in policy by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) related to where refugees live and access social services and protection: in camps or cities.

Should Refugees Live in Cities? (B)

The Formation of a Global Policy
Adam Turney, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Case B describes the outcomes of the policy debate and its implications for education of refugees.

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