• Effective teacher training

    Many teachers in the developing world do not receive enough training, and even if they do, it often does not help them teach better. A few systems demonstrate the difference effective training can make and how to do it.

    EducationInterventions Jan 24, 2014

  • Skipping class

    Student attendance varies widely with cultural factors playing an important role. Good school leadership and teaching can help improve attendance.

    EducationTrends Feb 17, 2014

  • Abolishing fees can increase enrolment

    A number of countries which have abolished school fees (but not all) have seen the number of children out of school fall as a result. However, the overall impact of abolishing fees may be limited if attendance and learning levels remain low.

    EducationInterventions Feb 17, 2014

  • Gyan Shala

    Gyan Shala schools serve some of the poorest areas of India. They have a low cost per student and employ teachers who are not highly educated themselves. Despite this, they achieve exceptional results.

    Case studiesEducation Feb 17, 2014

  • Increasing time on task

    Some of the best schools in the developing world more than double the amount of time that students actually spend learning in school.

    EducationInterventions Feb 17, 2014

  • A decade of progress in enrolment

    While many countries have made dramatic progress in improving enrolment, in others, the number of children not-in-school has been increasing.

    EducationTrends Jan 04, 2014

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