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“The child who has not gone out to eat sees her mother as the best cook.” : Using South-to-South cooperation as a recipe for teacher education reform
Eight teacher educators from higher education teacher training institutions (HETTIs) in Liberia took part in a study tour, sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), of educator preparation establishments in Ghana. They networked, observed, and shared experiences with Ghanaian colleagues in an excellent demonstration of South-to-South cooperation in action to fulfill the goals of Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4)—high-quality education through high-quality...
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What Works to Improve Numeracy at Scale: Initial Insights from Successful Large-Scale Early Grade Numeracy Programs
Written by Julianne Norman & Jonathan Stern, PhD The Learning at Scale Initiative Improving learning outcomes at scale has always been difficult, which is why the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation launched the Learning at Scale Initiative in 2019. The first phase of this activity, led by our team at RTI International, studied eight literacy programs from around the globe, producing findings highlighting the classroom ingredients, instructional supports, and system supports that are...
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