Author Archive | Angela Little

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Adding Value to the Policy-making Process

This blog was written by Colin Bangay, Senior Education Adviser, DFID-Sierra Leone, and Angela Little, Professor Emirata, University College London, IoE.  It was originally posted on the HEART (High Quality Technical Assistance for RESULTS) website following a DFID-Young Lives workshop in September 2015, and then rewritten following a workshop at the UKFIET 2019 conference for the […]

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A teacher works with a hearing impaired student at the Association for the Welfare and Rehabilitation of Deaf and Dumb. The Social Fund for Development supports the center by providing teacher training and equipment.

How can learning be assessed in systems that aim to be inclusive?

This blog was written by Angela Little, Professor Emerita at the University College London Institute of Education and UKFIET Trustee. Angela will be presenting at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. The United Nations advanced 17 global goals for ‘sustainable development’ in 2015 (SDGs). These were accompanied by 169 Targets and 304 […]

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Logging off the Log Frame

Is logging off the log frame enough? Perhaps its time to restart. Last week, I wrote about Supergoals: The current overarching MDG Supergoal is poverty reduction and I proposed that the next Supergoal might be that of human development and well being. In this second post, I continue the theme of goals and targets, but […]

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