Educational radio broadcast in reponse to covid-19

By Priscillia Assamoi | August 28, 2020

Discover an excerpt from one of the radio programs that were broadcasted 3 times a day in 20 community radios to promote equitable access to education for all children during the school closure due to covid-19. Our partner TaRL Africa is supporting the Ministry of National Education in designing French and Mathematics radio…

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Full report – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte d’Ivoire

By Priscillia Assamoi | August 20, 2020

Auteur: Busara and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020 Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right information and skills so they can provide optimal care to foster their children’s development, within their own means. Busara and John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs conducted a new study whose insights allow to finetune existing…

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Arm-Wrestling in the Classroom: The Non-Monotonic Effects of Monitoring Teachers

By Priscillia Assamoi | August 19, 2020

Auteur: Guilherme Lichand and Sharon Wolf  Année: 2020 This research paper analyses the results of the impact evaluation conducted by Innovations for Poverty Action on Eduq+ intervention.  Teacher absenteeism and shirking are common problems in developing countries. While monitoring teachers should amelioratethose problems, mobilizing parents to do so often leads to small or even negative effects on learning…

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Full report – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte d’Ivoire

By Priscillia Assamoi | August 18, 2020

Auteur: Busara et Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020 Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right information and skills so they can provide optimal care to foster their children’s development, within their own means. Busara and John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs conducted a new study whose insights allow to finetune existing Parenting programs…

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Top 10 recommendations – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte D’ivoire

By Priscillia Assamoi | August 6, 2020

Auteur: Busara et Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020 Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right information and skills so they can provide optimal care to foster their children’s development, within their own means. Busara and John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs conducted a new study whose insights allow to finetune existing Parenting programs…

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“There are many people like me, who aspire every day to give a new impulse to our education system”

By Priscillia Assamoi | July 23, 2020

Adja Mariam Mahre Soro is an entrepreneur in the education field. She runs two companies: Studio KÄ, an animation studio and Voyelles a publishing house, both of which produce educational content highlighting Africa’s cultural heritage for the youth. In a few words, she shares with us her experience as an entrepreneur in the educational sector as well as advice for those who would like to take the leap.

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Teaching at the Right Level (PEC 2) Formal schools_Endline Report

By Priscillia Assamoi | July 2, 2020

This report contains IPA’s analysis and recommendations on the potential scale-up of the Company Partner pilot in the framework of TRECC Grant Matching Mechanism round 2.

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IPA evaluation report 1_PEC

Teaching at the Right Level (PEC 1) Formal schools_Endline Report

By Priscillia Assamoi | July 2, 2020

This report contains IPA’s analysis and recommendations on the potential scale-up of the Company Partner pilot in the framework of TRECC Grant Matching Mechanism round 2.

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Real-Time scaling lab

Millions Learning Real-time Scaling Labs: Emerging findings and key insights

By Priscillia Assamoi | June 24, 2020

Author: Jenny Perlman Robinson, Molly Curtiss and Patrick Hannahan – CUE at Brookings Year: 2020 The brief provides a synthesis of emerging insights and learning from the Real-time Scaling Labs to date (June 2018-June 2020).  The Real-time Scaling Labs are an initiative launched by the Center for Universal Education (CUE) at Brookings, in collaboration with local institutions in…

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