5 resultados encontrados
Building Resilient Education Systems: Evidence from Large-Scale Randomized Trials in Five Countries
We present results from large-scale randomized trials evaluating the provision of education in emergency settings across five countries: India, Kenya, Nepal, Philippines, and Uganda. We test multiple scalable models of remote instruction for primary school children during COVID-19, which disrupted education for over 1 billion schoolchildren worldwide. Despite heterogeneous contexts, results show that the effectiveness of phone call tutorials can scale across contexts.
Strengthening Early Childhood Education and Socio-emotional Learning Systems through a Data-Driven Scaling-Up Approach in Iraq and Jordan
A case study of IRC’s Ahlan Simsim approach to supporting national governments departments through school readiness programs to strengthen their education systems to prepare children affected by crisis and conflict in the Middle East to successfully enter elementary school
Next steps for transforming education in the crisis-affected countries with greatest need
The education of millions of children is at extreme risk of collapse, according to new analysis on how COVID-19 combined with conflict, climate change, displacement, and lack of digital connectivity are derailing children’s learning. While the recent Transforming Education Summit had a good focus on education in crisis – we urgently need warm words and rhetoric turned into concrete action.
Call for Evidence and Learning: Strengthening crisis and risk-related data and institutional education information systems
We are thrilled to announce UNESCO’s second call for evidence and learning on strengthening education information systems and improved data in emergencies and protracted crises (EiEPC).