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Reach


Educate! graduates earn
DOUBLE the income of their peers.

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Reach


Educate! graduates earn
DOUBLE the income of their peers.

2016 Impact Snapshot

For current 2017 data, check out our real-time Impact Dashboard!

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Rct


Educate!'s Randomized
Controlled Trial Results

Rct


Educate!'s Randomized
Controlled Trial Results

 

105%

income increase for graduates

Immediately after graduating from high school, Educate! Scholars earned an average of $338 per year, compared to an average of $165 per year for the control group. 

120% 

income increase in female graduates

Female graduates earned an average of $200 more per year than their peers in the control group.

 
 

64% 

increase in business ownership among Educate! graduates.

 

152% 

increase in business ownership among Educate! female graduates.

 
 

Educate! graduates are

123%

more likely to launch a community project than the control. 

Educate! girls are 

208% 

more likely to launch a community project than the control.

 

Educate! is conducting a randomized controlled trial (RCT), the gold standard in impact evaluation, to help understand its impact and create a benchmark against which future impact can be measured. 

(Wondering how we calculate our impact? See the condensed and full RCT reports. Full dataset available on request.)

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ROI


Educate!'s Return on Investment

ROI


Educate!'s Return on Investment

 

With our randomized controlled trial results showing an average income increase of $173 for Educate! graduates and our cost of $125 per Educate! Scholar to deliver our program, that is a 5.5x return on investment in just 4 years!

 
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INternal Evaluation


Educate!'s Internal Evaluation

INternal Evaluation


Educate!'s Internal Evaluation

An internal impact evaluation studying Educate!'s first two graduating classes found the following: 

 

94%

of graduates now run a business, hold a job or attend university.

Paul, an Educate! graduate, attends university, works during the day, and runs a farmer's cooperative. Read more.

 
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60%

of graduates 4 years out who have a business employ at least 1 additional person

Lillian, an Educate! graduate, employs over 100 AIDS-affected women in a crafts enterprise. Read more.