Jamie Johnston

Jamie is a doctoral student in the Economics of Education and International Comparative Education programs at Stanford University. She holds a B.S. in Social Policy from Northwestern University and an M.P.P. from the University of Chicago. Previously, Jamie completed a Fulbright fellowship in Hong Kong, studying the educational outcomes of immigrant students. She also spent several years managing field operations for Innovations for Poverty Action in Mongolia.  

Content by Jamie Johnston
  • Publication - Working Paper

    Returns to secondary education: Unpacking the delivery of senior secondary schooling in Ghana

    25 Feb 2016 | Pascaline Dupas, Jamie Johnston

  • Project

    Returns to secondary education: Unpacking the delivery of senior secondary schooling in Ghana

    Evidence suggests that despite completion of secondary schooling, students in Ghana are not gaining basic skills important for their future success (Anamuah-Mensah, 2011). Furthermore, relatively little information about the quality of secondary school and its relationship to student outcomes currently exists. While policymakers and educators conjecture about the...

    1 Nov 2013 | Pascaline Dupas, Jamie Johnston

  • Project

    Returns to Education

    Evidence suggests that despite completion of secondary schooling, students in Ghana are not gaining basic skills important for their future success (Anamuah-Mensah, 2011). Furthermore, relatively little information about the quality of secondary school and its relationship to student outcomes currently exists. While policymakers and educators conjecture about the...

    1 Dec 2010 | Steve Machin, Pascaline Dupas, Jamie Johnston