Tag Archives | learning loss

Photo: Girls’ school in Kasur, TEACh project, 2015

Challenges and opportunities for Pakistan education systems in the COVID-19 response

This blog was written by Rabea Malik, Assistant Professor at the School of Education, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and Research Fellow at the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS) in Pakistan. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on […]

Continue Reading
COVID_Education Inequality

The COVID-19 crisis and educational inequality

This article was written by Professor Anna Vignoles (Professor of Education, University of Cambridge) and Professor Simon Burgess (Professor of Economics, University of Bristol). This article was originally commissioned and published by the Campaign for Social Science as part of its Covid-19 programme. It was originally published on the Campaign for Social Science website on […]

Continue Reading
Photo: Henry Donati/DFID

Estimating learning loss by looking at time away from school during grade transition in Ghana

This blog was written by Ricardo Sabates, Reader in Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and member of the REAL Centre, and Emma Carter, Research Associate at the REAL Centre. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research […]

Continue Reading
COVID_RTI II

Calculating the Educational Impact of COVID-19 (Part II): Using Data from Successive Grades to Estimate Learning Loss

This article was co-authored by Christopher Cummiskey and Jonathan Stern. It benefitted from input from Joe DeStefano, Tim Slade, and Ben Piper. The article was originally published on the RTI SharEd website on 13 May 2020. Part I can be read here. A couple of weeks ago, we set the stage for developing evidence-based, data-driven […]

Continue Reading