MICS surveys are among the sources of data analyzed on this site. MICS data were used in articles on trends in primary education in Nepal, children out of school in India, child labor and school attendance in Bolivia, education disparity trends in South Asia, global data on child labor and school attendance, household wealth and years of education, the link between years of schooling and literacy, and other studies.
UNICEF staff members working on the MICS have launched a new blog at globalmics.blogspot.com. The goal of the blog is "to facilitate information sharing between different organizations and individuals involved with MICS implementation around the world" and "to play the role of an unofficial, informal forum to share information on MICS activities." Articles posted since the launch have treated a variety of topics, among them acronyms and abbreviations related to MICS, members of the global MICS team, and the evaluation of the latest round of MICS.
- MICS For All: A Blog Site for Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys
- Childinfo: Monitoring the Situation of Children and Women (UNICEF)
- Nepal: trends in primary education, 1980-2004
- India has 21 million children out of school
- Child labor and school attendance in Bolivia
- Education disparity trends in South Asia
- Child labor and school attendance
- Household wealth and years of education
- Years of schooling and literacy: Can everyone with primary education read and write?
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