Results to Date
Information on results to date is available in the Table of Key Performance Indicators—a subset of the full set of indicators monitored under the Georgia Compact II Monitoring and Evaluation Plan. The Key Performance Indicators are those selected as the most critical for the current year.
Impact Evaluation Framework
In addition to carefully monitoring implementation performance and measurement of preliminary results, MCC also funds independent evaluations to assess the impact of MCC’s investments on the target beneficiary groups, and seeks to measure impacts that can be attributed specifically to MCC-funded activities. More information will be available in the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan and in MCC’s Impact Evaluations.
Projected Long Term Results by Project
|Project||Estimated Beneficiaries||Estimated Benefits|
STEM Higher Education Project
The key objective is the long-term delivery of high-quality STEM bachelor’s degrees in Georgia.
Industry-Led Skills and Workforce Development Project
The project aims to improve the linkage between job market opportunities and the supply of Georgians with relevant technical skills.
Improving General Education Quality Project
Through rehabilitation, the Improved Learning Environment Infrastructure Activity aims to address key physical school environmental elements that correspond to improved educational performance, including: physical comfort, indoor air quality, and adequate lighting. A public school system-wide operations and maintenance program is being established to ensure the sustainability of MCC’s investment in Georgian schools.
The Training Educators for Excellence Activity aims to: (1) improve math, science, geography, information and communication technology, and English teaching and learning in grades 7-12; (2) improve school management; and (3) implement a school-based professional development facilitator system. Training includes a gender module designed to reduce teacher gender bias in the classroom.
The Education Assessment Support Activity contributes to data-driven decision making in the education sector by financing education assessments at the national and international levels. National assessments in STEM subjects and English will help policymakers verify national results. International benchmarking assessments can help Georgia monitor system-level achievement trends in a global context over time and further improve teaching and learning based on research and analysis of assessment data.