Policy and Pedagogy in Sierra Leone
Education is a basic human right. It is also the fuel of economic growth. According to the OECD, achieving universal basic skills for the population through education would increase the Gross Domestic Product of a lower-middle income country by an average of 28% for each year of an individual’s eighty-year life. This note explores how Sierra Leone with the help of an Oxford Policy Fellow paved way for successful policy implementation by developing the legislative framework.