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Access to digital learning during COVID-19 closures: compounding educational inequality?

This blog was written by Lydia Marshall, Senior Education Researcher and Rhiannon Moore, Education Research Officer, Young Lives, University of Oxford. It has also been posted on the Young Lives website. The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to children across the world seeing their schools closed down – the latest UNESCO estimates suggest that over […]

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A rising tide of access: What consequences for inclusive learning and sustainable development in Ethiopia?

This post is based on a paper presented at the UKFIET 2017 conference  by Tassew Woldehanna, Pauline Rose and Caine Rolleston. For the 2017 UKFIET conference, 23 individuals, including Tassew, were provided with bursaries to assist them to participate and present at the conference. The researchers were asked to write a short piece about their […]

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Conference Sub-theme – Evidence and Knowledge

There were so many papers for the sub-theme on Evidence and Knowledge, that we have created two streams to accommodate them all. The stream on “Including all learners” will explore the current knowledge of how the intersecting dimensions of marginalisation influence access to quality learning opportunities, and evidence of how education systems can be made […]

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ODI Symposium – What works: Country case studies of education progress

Significant progress has occurred globally in the past decades across the education sector. ODI, as part of the Development Progress project, is conducting a series of case studies on countries with improved development outcomes, including in education. Our two session symposium will review findings of these studies, with discussion centred on lessons for implementation toward […]

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Learning, Life-Chances and Inequalities: Evidence from Young Lives

How has the expansion of formal schooling in developing countries actually contributed to children’s opportunities to learn and progress? What challenges remain to education systems seeking to reduce inequality of opportunity in the post-2015 climate? Six papers from Young Lives draw together evidence and analysis on these issues from our linked household and school surveys, […]

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