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Zoe worked as a researcher in the Young Lives education team from 2010 to March 2016. She continues to be closely involved in the design and development of the Young Lives school surveys, and has broad interests in education-related issues in low and middle income countries.
Zoe is a PhD student at the UCL Institute of Education where her doctoral research examines the relationship between language of instruction and pupil learning outcomes in Ethiopia, including a focus on issues of cross-language and cross-cultural educational measurement. Her other research has included work on issues of school effectiveness in Ethiopia and Vietnam, and of privatisation of education in India. She holds an undergraduate degree from the London School of Economics, and an MPhil from Oxford University.