Between 2012 and 2015, the group issued three multi-donor RFPs to solicit projects that could help inform the imminent expansion and transformation of secondary education. Based on the responses to the RFPs, PSIPSE has issued $47 million in grants, funding 58 projects that support better access, teaching, and learning outcomes for students at the secondary level. Project durations are one to three years, and are located across East Africa (encompassing Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and East DRC), India, and Nigeria. Donor partners are committed to supporting evaluation and research and to effectively sharing learnings from PSIPSE projects with the field. To this end, working with a leaning partner, Mathematica Policy Research, the PSIPSE will have a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning framework in place by the end of 2015, findings from which will be shared.