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Might Kojo Abreh is a non-resident fellow at CGD and a research fellow with the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) – a UNESCO Category II Centre of Excellence for Educational Planning in West Africa headquartered in Cape Coast, Ghana. Kojo’s research interest is in education sector-wide needs assessment, as well as policy planning, preparation, and implementation. Most recently he has initiated a new line of research relating to evaluation of state provided systems of assessment, including examinations, to determine the degree to which the provisions are valid and reliable. Kojo is adept at using both quantitative and qualitative research approaches and well referred nationally in educational research and monitoring and evaluation in Ghana. Kojo serves as a reviewer for several academic journals and grant reviewer for some Foundations. He supervises graduate students’ research in Ghana, Canada and Australia. He is an affable scholar and team player with a PhD and MPhil in Educational Planning from University of Nairobi and University of Cape Coast respectively.