Voices from Sierra Leone: The real experiences of girls with disabilities at school

This blog was written by Sightsavers and published on the Sightsavers website in December 2020. In Sierra Leone, children with disabilities are often left behind and considered not worth educating. For girls, the discrimination can be two-fold. Girls with disabilities often struggle to get to schools that are far from their homes. At school, they...

Effects of school closures on secondary school teachers and leaders in Rwanda: results from a phone survey

This blog was written by Laterite and the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, who are working together as learning partners on the Mastercard Foundation’s Leaders in Teachers initiative in Rwanda. On 14 March 2020, the Government of Rwanda announced the closure of all schools in the country due...

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 fail? Research from the RISE Programme shows that successful programmes are coherent with...

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