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How prepared are teachers to deal with “learning lag” of students?

This article was written by Rammohan Khanapurkar, a public policy researcher with an MA in Education and International Development from UCL; Ketan Dandare and Shalini Bhorkar, PhD candidates at the UCL Institute of Education. Here, they evaluate an online teachers’ development programme conducted from a remote village targeting rural teachers during the coronavirus lockdown in […]

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From Crisis to Celebration: An Action Plan for the Way Forward When Schools Re-open

This blog was written by Rukmini Banerji, Chief Executive Officer of Pratham Education Foundation in India. It was originally written for the RISE Programme and published on the RISE website on 6 July 2020. The school closures from COVID-19 mean larger than usual learning losses and hence cannot just be “business as usual”—here are some […]

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The Analytical Angle: Covid-19 and the Looming Education Crisis

This blog was written by Surayya Masood, Research Associate on the LEAPS Programme at the Centre for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP). and Zainab Qureshi, Director of the LEAPS Programme at Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) at Harvard University. It was originally published on the Dawn.com website on 16 May 2020, and then the RISE […]

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More than the sum of its parts: Internationally-comparable citizen-led assessments to ensure no child is left behind

This blog was written by Professor Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. It has also been published on the PAL Network blog website. From local and national to internationally-comparable data on learning Since the advent of the Sustainable Development Goals […]

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COVID-19 is poised to exacerbate the learning crisis, evidence from long-term school closures in Pakistan

This blog was written by Marla Spivack, Research Manager of RISE and a Research Fellow on the Building State Capability program at the Center for International Development at Harvard University. It was published on the RISE website on 10 June 2020. The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and of the policies adopted to mitigate its […]

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