Expanding understanding of the use of Large-Scale Assessments for educational improvement

Expanding understanding of the use of Large-Scale Assessments for educational improvement

This blog was written by Dr Israel Moreno Salto from the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico and Professor Ricardo Sabates from the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. This blog was originally published on the PAL Network website on ... Read More
COVID-19 and girls’ learning continuity in South Asia: Misplaced anxiety or justified fear?

COVID-19 and girls’ learning continuity in South Asia: Misplaced anxiety or justified fear?

This blog was written by Ian Attfield (UK FDCO, Girls’ Education Challenge), Chris Henderson (UNICEF Consultant and Columbia University) and Dr. Mumtaza Abdurazzakova (Save the Children). It was originally published on the Girls’ Education Challenge website on 24 May 2021 ... Read More
Putting the collective impact of global development research into perspective – What we learned from six years of the Impact Initiative

Putting the collective impact of global development research into perspective – What we learned from six years of the Impact Initiative

Reductions to UK aid have highlighted the need to understand both how international development research has, and can continue to, effect positive change. Here, Pauline Rose and Elizabeth Tofaris from the REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge reflect on ... Read More
Building Back Better: Analysis of the paper-based self-learning modules developed in Afghanistan as part of COVID-19 response

Building Back Better: Analysis of the paper-based self-learning modules developed in Afghanistan as part of COVID-19 response

This blog was written by Vijay Siddharth Pillai, Education Program Manager with Street Child in Afghanistan. The author would like to thank Ramya Madhavan, Global Head of Education (Street Child), and Graciela Briceno for their support. With an extended period ... Read More
Examining the Reality of Online Education in India

Examining the Reality of Online Education in India

This blog was written by Jyoti Seth (a primary school teacher in India). The challenging school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic provided parents with an insight into online education in India. While some parents preferred online classes over the ... Read More
The Effect of COVID-19 on Non-state Involvement in Education

The Effect of COVID-19 on Non-state Involvement in Education

This article was written by Zain ul Abidin, Policy Researcher at ITACEC. It was originally published on the Norrag Highlights blog on 20 May 2021. Abstract: This NORRAG Highlights features guest author Zain ul Abidin, a Policy Researcher at Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi ... Read More
Education programming in a pandemic: Using what we already know about girls to support them during and after Covid-19 school closures

Education programming in a pandemic: Using what we already know about girls to support them during and after Covid-19 school closures

This blog was written by Rachel Outhred (Oxford MeasurEd), Anita Reilly (Girls’ Education Challenge) and Fergal Turner (Oxford MeasurEd) and originally published on the Girls’ Education Challenge website on 18 May 2021. The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in more than ... Read More

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