Learning trajectories are graphs that show how many children achieve a certain level of minimum proficiency at each grade. While learning trajectories have previously been used for research, two new efforts show that they can also serve as practical tools to analyse the learning crisis and take informed action.
Author: Jason Silberstein
Jan 7, 2021
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...
When the Devil’s Not in the Details: The System Failure of a Large-Scale School Management Reform in India
Dec 17, 2020
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...