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Practitioner Professional Development: DRAW Detailed Findings and Discussion

With the urgent need for adult digital skill development as a backdrop, the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) initiative, conducted a wide-ranging landscape scan to identify effective approaches and existing resources supporting digital skills development in adult education. The scan also identified current efforts to advance digital access and digital equity; useful skill…


Assessing and Validating Digital Skills: DRAW Detailed Findings and Discussion

With the urgent need for adult digital skill development as a backdrop, the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, conducted a wide-ranging landscape scan to identify effective approaches and existing resources supporting digital skills development. This deep dive explores…


Digital Skills Frameworks and Assessments: A Foundation for Understanding Adult Learners’ Strengths and Learning Needs

The CREATE Adult Skills Network (the Network) research teams are developing technology-supported learning and assessment tools and implementing curricula to help adult learners build digital skills. Throughout this work, each team has noted the importance of gaining a better understanding of the digital skills learners need to fully participate in the research projects. To that…


Digital Skills Content and Curriculum: DRAW Detailed Findings and Discussion

The Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), conducted a wide-ranging landscape scan to identify effective approaches and existing resources supporting digital skill development. As part of the national landscape scan for the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce…


A Holistic Understanding of Skills: DRAW Detailed Findings and Discussion

With the urgent need for adult digital skill development as a backdrop, the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), conducted a wide-ranging landscape scan to identify effective approaches and existing resources supporting digital skills development. In focus groups…


Improving Education in Loulo Mine Communities

The Improving Education in Loulo Mine Communities project aims to increase retention in school, especially for girls, improve student performance, and strengthen the decentralized education system. Through community engagement, mothers' associations, capacity building, gender and social inclusion, teacher professional development, the project succeeded in improving education. This brochure shows the results of the project and…


Sakriya Project External Evaluation Summary

This brief summarizes the findings of the final evaluation of World Education's Sakriya project, funded by the US Department of Labor, Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking. Sakriya: Civil Society Action to End Exploitative Child Labor in Nepal aimed to improve the capacity of civil society to better understand and address child…


Advancing Access and Digital Equity: DRAW Detailed Findings and Discussion

Digital divides reflect longstanding inequities in American society, such as income and wealth gaps and uneven access to high-quality K-12 education. Lack of broadband access is a common issue in rural areas, low-income urban areas, tribal lands, and Spanish-speaking households. Individuals with disabilities also use digital technologies at lower rates and are less likely to have…


Digital Resilience in the American Workforce: Instructional Approaches and Practices

While the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) landscape scan showed that the teaching of digital skills has increased since the onset of the pandemic, it also showed that there still is great need for a more strategic approach. This brief responds to questions raised in interviews with learners and practitioners about how educators…


Digital Resilience in the American Workforce: Findings from a National Landscape Scan on Adult Digital Literacy Instruction

With the urgency of adult digital skill development as a backdrop, the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), conducted a national landscape scan to identify existing resources and effective approaches for digital skills development, skill definitions and frameworks,…


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