Central Data Catalog
DHS EdData Survey 2010
2009 - 2010
National Population Commission
March 29, 2019
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Access or quality? Why do families living in slums choose low-cost private schools in Lagos, Nigeria?
Oxford Review of Education 39, no. 4 (2013): 548-566.
Osuorah, Chidiebere D, Chijioke Elias Ezeudu, Stanley Kenechi Onah, and Obinna Tochukwu Anyabolu.
Household bed net ownership and use among under-5 children in Nigeria
Research & Reports in Tropical Medicine (2013).
Roshan, Sabrina, Roland Lomme, Halimatou Hima, Claudio Santibanez, Olatunde Adetoyese Adekola, and Katherine Bain.
Lagos State, Nigeria, but for many years the quality of secondary schools lagged behind demand. Infrastructure deficiencies, shortages in learning materials, and scarce opportunities for teachers’ professional development compounded this problem
Should Nigeria introduce Free Tuition or Increase School Expenditures in Primary Schools to improve Human Capital?
Tackling the largest global education challenge? Secular and religious education in northern Nigeria
CSAE Working Paper , no. WPS/2012-17 (2012).
Teacher resourcefulness in under-resource English language teaching-learning environments
Roshan, Sabrina, Roland Lomme, Halimatou Hima, and Claudio Santibanez.
The Lagos Eko secondary education sector project: tailoring international best practices to improve educational outcomes at the state level
Understanding Peace and Conflict within Nigeria
Master‘s Thesis, Lund University.