Include illustrations depicting female and male characters in comparable roles. This is a cross-posting from the USAID Education in Crisis and Conflict Network, http://eccnetwork.net/equality-educational-materials/
Rethinking what we consider to be effective teaching—and how we facilitate it—is an integral part of ensuring students receive a quality education
In the impassioned debates surrounding standardized testing and how best to measure student learning, a key fact is often forgotten: assessments are not an end in themselves, but the means to an end. They provide a better understanding of what children are learning (or not) — information that can be used to improve curricula, instruction and ultimately student learning.
Lessons learned from USAID’s Liberia Teacher Training Program