Low-tech home-based learning support for children in Kano State, Nigeria

Low-tech home-based learning support for children in Kano State, Nigeria

This article was written by Caroline Grant, senior education adviser for Sub-Saharan Africa, British Council, and Ashleigh Morrell, Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa leadership team. The Kano State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), the British Council, Teaching at ... Read More
Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Speed a Global Embrace of Online Learning?

Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Speed a Global Embrace of Online Learning?

This blog was written by Mary Burns, Education Development Center, and Peter Orne, a Boston-based communications consultant and former Editorial Director of the Wireless Internet Institute. With thanks to Noopur Jhunjhunwala, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Partnerships Coordinator at United Nations Women ... Read More
Conference Registration now Open

Conference Registration now Open

The conference will take place over 5 days, 13 – 17 September. Access to the conference will be via a virtual platform which can be used on both mobile and desktop devices. Sessions will be a combination of pre-recorded and ... Read More
Impact of Covid-19 on the education of children with disabilities in Malawi: results from a survey with parents

Impact of Covid-19 on the education of children with disabilities in Malawi: results from a survey with parents

This blog was written by Ms. Jenipher Mbukwa-Ngwira (Catholic University of Malawi), Dr Shruti Taneja Johansson (University of Gothenburg) and Professor Nidhi Singal (Cambridge University). Other members of the team include Dr Eric Umar, College of Medicine (Malawi), Dr Paul ... Read More
Yes to Girls’ Education—But Let’s Focus on Absolute Not Relative Outcomes

Yes to Girls’ Education—But Let’s Focus on Absolute Not Relative Outcomes

This blog was written by Kirsty Newman, Programme Director for the RISE Programme, based in Oxford Policy Management (OPM). It was originally published on the RISE website on 18 March 2021. In the last week in the UK, there has ... Read More
Supporting Students’ Socio-Emotional Learning, Mental Health, and Wellbeing During and Beyond COVID-19

Supporting Students’ Socio-Emotional Learning, Mental Health, and Wellbeing During and Beyond COVID-19

This blog was written by Louise Yorke, researcher on the RISE Ethiopia team. She is a Research Associate at the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, and working on SEL ... Read More
Open letter from UKFIET and BAICE to UK Government regarding ODA research funding cuts

Open letter from UKFIET and BAICE to UK Government regarding ODA research funding cuts

The UKFIET and BAICE communities have written to the UK Government to condemn the significant reduction to UKRI’s Official Development Assistance (ODA)-funded budgets for international research. These cuts will impact many constituencies that we represent. The proposed cuts to active ... Read More

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