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September, 2021
This report presents case studies of five remote training activities conducted by USAID-funded and RTI-implemented programs: the Advancing Basic Education Project (ABC+) in the Philippines, the...
March, 2021
What impact can a social and behavior change communication (SBCC) campaign have on parental engagement in their children’s reading practice at home? RTI International began exploring this question...
March, 2021
LARA’s Theory of Change places school climate in a central role for improved reading and retention.With aims to promote, a positive learning environment, eliminate violence in schools, and...
December, 2020
This a graphic and easy to understand summary of the Ministry of Education and Sports Reporting, Tracking, Referral and Response (RTRR) Guidelines. This briefer was produced under the Uganda...
December, 2020
In 2020, LARA undertook an analytic research into the contextual factors impacting reading outcomes. This research involved a review of the existing literature on the contextual factors affecting...
November, 2020
The research involved a review of the existing literature on the contextual factors affecting reading outcomes and analysis of existing LARA and SHRP datasets. The analyses included demographic...
June, 2020
The Research for Effective Education Programming – Africa (REEP–A) Task Order, awarded in September 2016, is a five-year project within the United States Agency for International Development...
May, 2020
This qualitative case study describes the experiences of young refugee children and their families accessing early childhood development (ECD) services in Uganda in late 2019. The study team...
May, 2020
This report presents a cross-country analysis of three qualitative case studies completed in Jordan, Uganda, and Bangladesh in late 2019. It reflects a snapshot of information about the refugee...
May, 2020
Research shows that mother tongue-based education in the early years improves reading and learning outcomes. Participating pupils begin learning to read in their local language in Primary 1. They...

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