November 18, 2009
This resource document provides detailed information on how to develop and implement early reading assessments in the Spanish language.
November 1, 2009
EGRA instruments in 4 languages (Spanish, Miskitu, Kriol, Mayangna) developed for The World Bank in November 2009. A dipstick tool used to gain a idea of current status of reading in Spanish and Miskitu and pilot Kriol and Maynagna instruments all in the Atlantic Coast region.
November 1, 2009
This report provides findings of the second series of national assessments on reading abilities of children in early grades (Grades 1, 2 and 3) conducted in The Gambia in 2009.
October 2, 2009
Presentation given at World Bank conference on the importance of measuring how well students are learning in developing countries. Covers experiences from implementing EGRA and the use of EGRA as an alternative to larger paper-and-pencil assessments.
October 1, 2009
EGRA instruments in 3 languages (English, Luganda, Lango) developed for The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in October 2009. A national or system-level diagnostic used as a baseline for tracking progress of future Hewlett Foundation learning improvement efforts.
September 30, 2009
EGRA instruments in 4 languages (English, Kiswahili, Gikuyu, Dholuo) developed for The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in September 2009. A national or system level diagnostic used as a baseline for tracking progress of future Hewlett Foundation learning improvement efforts.
September 9, 2009
Presentation prepared for a panel discussion organized by USAID to commemorate International Literacy Day, September 9, 2009, Washington, DC.
August 1, 2009
EGRA instruments in 6 languages (Nepalese, Tharu, Rana Tharu, Doteli, Magar, Bajang) developed for USAID/Washington in August 2009. A national or system-level diagnostic used to inform instruction (School effectiveness study with EGRA as learning outcomes measure).
July 27, 2009
Summary of International Reading Association Event: Global Perspectives 2009, including commentary from Dr. Joseph P. Carney, USAID and Dr. Amber Gove, RTI International.