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Building Teacher Capacity for Math Instruction in Adult Education

Building the capacity of adult educators to deliver high quality, rigorous mathematics instruction is key to adult learner college and career success. The 2008 Adult Numeracy Instruction (ANI) professional development training (PD) materials have been updated as ANI 2.0 PD to reflect states’ current rigorous mathematical content standards. ANI 2.0 is a fully online professional development training that…


Centres d’Animation Communautaire pour l’Enfance (CACE) / Community Action Centers for Early Childhood Education Component of the GMM2 Project

The two-year Mondelez-funded project builds community-run early childhood development centers, known as Centres d’Animation Communautaire pour l’Enfance (CACE); trains teachers on early childhood education approaches and pedagogy; and provides parental education for parents in the communities. The project works in 20 cocao producing communities in rural Cote d'Ivoire. World Education employs our proprietary Participatory Commuity…


Integrated Education and Training (IET) in Correctional and Reentry Education 

Justice-impacted people have disproportionately lower educational attainment rates and limited opportunities for employment upon reentry. The traditional correctional education model uses siloed sequential secondary and postsecondary education, and many people leave correctional settings without achieving any educational mobility, putting them at higher risk of recidivism. The IET in Corrections initiative is disrupting the traditional model…


Adult Education Landscape Analysis

World Education is conducting a landscape analysis to provide a greater understanding of the varied adult education landscape across states for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The analysis findings also serve to unpack key adult education federal and state policy levers.  Findings informed comment to Senate HELP committee staff to craft equitable economic recovery…


UNESCO Basic Education Equivalency Programme (BEEP)

During the 2015/2016 school year, 4.6% of students dropped out of school at primary level, while nearly 17% of students dropped out of lower secondary school, resulting in a Grade 9 completion rate of less than 40%. In response, the Royal Government of Cambodia and UNESCO initiated the Basic Education Equivalency Programme (BEEP) to tackle the issue of…


Strategic Approaches to Girls’ Education (STAGE)

The Strategic Approaches to Girls’ Education (STAGE) project lowers the barriers that girls face in achieving an education by providing formal and nonformal education tracks. The initiative operates in six regions of Ghana, specifically targeting districts and communities where high levels of extreme poverty, in combination with deep-seated traditional and social norms, negatively impact women and…


STEM Teacher Education and School Strengthening Activity (STESSA)

Since 2011, the government of Egypt has promoted STEM education as a means to build its students into future leaders capable of solving contemporary problems, advancing innovation, and thinking critically. Currently, the 14 government-run STEM schools offer classes in biology, math, earth science, chemistry, and physics for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. The Ministry of Education plans…


Enhancing Book Distribution in Cambodia – Track and Trace

Track and Trace (TnT) improves the transparency and accountability of the education supply chain by showing the actual location of textbooks throughout the ordering and distribution process. The TnT technology allows government officials, school-level stakeholders such as support committees, parent associations, local partners, and distributors to track, in real-time, the ordering and distribution of books and…


Egypt Literate Village

Over the last decade, the Government of Egypt has prioritized the reduction of adult illiteracy and provision of high-quality universal primary education to all children through its own efforts as well as successful multilateral partnerships between government, donors, and NGOs. As a result, Egypt has made strides in improving access to education for children and…


Sang Sangai – Learning Together: Engaging Mothers and Energizing Communities to Support Girls’ Education in Nepal’s Terai

The Learning Together project provided 23,000 out-of-school girls in Nepal’s most disadvantaged Terai region the opportunity to gain basic literacy and numeracy skills, valuable health knowledge, life skills, and transition to school. The vast majority of girls had never been to school before, and almost all were Muslim or Dalit, two of the most marginalized…


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