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Evidence-based approaches to improving student learning in the developing world

Resource Type: 
Tools/Toolkits
Author(s): 
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Publisher or Sponsoring Organization: 
Results for Development Institute
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Date Published: 
March 21, 2016
Abstract (200 Character Limit) : 

There is emerging evidence on the effectiveness of certain education interventions to improve early learning in developing countries. However, there is a need to make this knowledge accessible to the broader education community, and for education practitioners in the developing world to have a place from which to draw practical tools. The Center for Education Innovation's  Early Learning Toolkit   bridges this gap by serving as a hub where practitioners, as well as other members of the education community, can find actionable tools and knowledge to support implementation and awareness of evidence-based strategies for improving learning in primary grades.

Topic: 
Teachers and Teaching
Language of Instruction
Parent & Community Involvement/Support
Mother-Tongue Instruction, Scaling
Target Audience: 
Grade Level (Pre-K)