By Robert Milne
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Many of these children have left their parents in order to attend school, and are living with relatives or family friends. We assume that it is the parents who make schooling decisions for their children, so we require data on children's households of origin in the empirical analysis (in cases where the mother and father do not live in the same household we choose the mother's household as the household of origin). Hence, the 541 children living away from their mothers are dropped from the sample, since the GLSS data tell us very little about their households of origin.
2'36'09667DC20 92-33539 CIP Page v Abstract The objective of this paper is to assess the determinants of student achievement in middle schools in Ghana, with special attention given to school characteristics. We present a model of human capital accumulation which includes decisions on how long to attend school, which school to attend, and how much human capital to accumulate. This provides a framework for controlling for selectivity into middle schools, which is often ignored in the human capital production function literature.
AVG. TEACHER EXPERIENCE/SCHOOLING/TRAININGSchool-wide averages of teachers' years of teaching experience, general schooling and teacher training, respectively. BLACKBOARDSFraction of school's classrooms that have blackboards. LIBRARYDummy variable indicating that the school has a library. (table continued on next page) Page 28 (table continued from previous page) BOOKS/ROOMNumber of textbooks divided by number of classrooms. In middle schools this is broken down into new JSS curriculum and old Middle School curriculum.
A theory of programming language semantics, part B by Robert Milne