On the politics of teacher payment reform in a protracted crisis

It is well-known that teachers in many low income, conflict-affected contexts are poorly paid. The circumstances under which they receive their salaries are less known.

In ourĀ recently published article, we investigate a recent reform of teacher payments in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that intended to modernise teacher payments. It sought to replace human intermediaries in salary distribution with individual bank accounts.

Read the full blog on UKFIET.