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Inclusive from the Start: Building Inclusivity into Education Programming During COVID-19 School Closures—and Beyond

This article was written by Anne M. Hayes, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, and Hayley Niad, Program Manager and Researcher, International Development Partners, and Jennae Bulat, Senior Director of Teaching & Learning, RTI International. This blog was originally posted by International Development Partners on 24 April and then RTI ShareEd on 30 April. All children […]

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Considerations for Re-Opening Schools Post-Covid-19: Insights From Uwezo Surveys in Uganda

This blog was written by Mary Goretti Nakabugo, Executive Director of UWEZO Uganda; James Urwick, consultant for Uwezo Uganda; and Michelle Kaffenberger, Research Fellow with the RISE Programme and affiliated to the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford. This blog was originally written for and published on the RISE Programme website on […]

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Covid-19 Aftershock – Responding to the global loss of learning data

This blog was written by Paul Miller, US Country Manager at Whizz Education and originally published on the Whizz Education website on 13 May 2020. Across the world, governments have responded to the ongoing transmission of Covid-19 by undertaking extended school closures and encouraging school systems to transition to remote learning. These transitions have taken […]

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