What are the most eﬀective ways to increase primary school enrollment and student learning? We argue that innovations in governance of social services may yield the highest return since social service delivery in developing countries is often plagued by ineﬃciencies and corruption. We illustrate this by using data from an unusual policy experiment. A newspaper campaign in Uganda aimed at reducing capture of public funds by providing schools (parents) with information to monitor local oﬃcials’ handling of a large education grant program. The campaign was highly successful and the reduction in capture had a positive eﬀect on enrollment and student learning. Click here to read complete article here.