Introducing ALIGNS: Aligning Levels of Instruction with Goals and the Needs of Students

Introducing ALIGNS: Aligning Levels of Instruction with Goals and the Needs of Students

This blog was written by Jason Silberstein, Yue-Yi Hwa and Michelle Kaffenberger. It was published on the RISE website on 5 November 2020. What makes the difference between programmes that succeed in cultivating children’s learning and the many others that ... Read More
Safeguarding girls’ education during and after COVID-19

Safeguarding girls’ education during and after COVID-19

This article was written by Khadijah Fancy, Senior Education Adviser, Cambridge Education. It was published on the Mott MacDonald website on 16 December 2020. COVID-19 continues to have a devastating effect on children’s education in the world’s least developed countries, ... Read More
Good teaching is inclusive for all, so why focus on marginalised adolescent girls?

Good teaching is inclusive for all, so why focus on marginalised adolescent girls?

This blog was written by Anita Reilly, Girls' Education Challenge. It was published on the Girls’ Education Challenge website on 15 December 2020. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s Education Policy makes good teaching a top priority, recognising that teaching ... Read More
When the Devil’s Not in the Details: The System Failure of a Large-Scale School Management Reform in India

When the Devil’s Not in the Details: The System Failure of a Large-Scale School Management Reform in India

This blog was written by Jason Silberstein, Research Fellow for RISE at the Blavatnik School of Government. It was published on the RISE website on 14 December 2020. The findings of a new RISE working paper by Karthik Muralidharan and ... Read More
Lives worth living: Educating Ethiopia’s Somali pastoralists

Lives worth living: Educating Ethiopia’s Somali pastoralists

This article is written by Abdirizak Haybe, Education Specialist, Save the Children International, Ethiopia. Pastoralists live in areas often labelled as peripheral, remote, conflict prone, food insecure and linked with high levels of vulnerability. Despite pastoral areas playing a significant ... Read More
School reopening and education system recovery: insights from the latest international evidence

School reopening and education system recovery: insights from the latest international evidence

This article was written by Rachael Fitzpatrick, Astrid Korin and Anna Riggall from Education Development Trust – authors of the new report: An international review of plans and actions for school reopening The current state of school reopening across the ... Read More
Ethics in education: Do global results frameworks advance or impede progress towards inclusive education goals?

Ethics in education: Do global results frameworks advance or impede progress towards inclusive education goals?

This article was written by Jerry Mindes, who leads the Secretariat of the Inclusive Education Collaborative, an influencing platform established earlier this year, and is the US-based Senior Advisor to Leonard Cheshire, which advances disability inclusive development in Asia and ... Read More

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