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Pathways to a Better Future: A Review of Education for Migrant Children in Thailand

Over the past decade, Thailand has received hundreds of thousands of migrant workers and their children from the neighboring country of Myanmar. However, education opportunities for these children varies significantly across Thailand. World Education and partner Save the Children assessed the current educational opportunities available to migrant children in Thailand in order to identify best…


Bantwana Child Profiling Tool

The Bantwana Child Profiling Tool is designed to help look at critical aspects of child development in Swazi schools as part of the Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP). BSIP was launched in April 2008 with the aim to help children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS access the full range of support and…


Psychosocial Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children: An Introduction for Outreach Workers

Psychosocial Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children is an illustrated introduction to psychosocial support (PSS) that includes definitions and an overview of key issues regarding PSS for OVC. Some of the topics included are: -General information on child rights-Identification of children in need of support-Challenges facing OVC-Resilience and coping mechanisms, and -Aspects of care and…


Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP) Child Profiling Report

Bantwana, in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University, developed a child profiling tool to gather information on the impact of the Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP) at the level of the child. This report presents key findings from the data collected in BSIP-supported schools in 2008 using the child profiling tool; these findings have implications…


AGSP – Mentoring Resource Guide

The Africa Education Initiative – AMBASSADORS GIRLS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (AEI-AGSP) Girls' Mentoring Resource Guide was originally conceived to provide activities, information, and ideas to those men and women who provide mentoring to the girls in the program. The Resource Guide targets scholarship recipients from ages 10 and older. It was designed to offer these girls…


STAGE Market Survey and Vocational Training Assessment Study

The Strategic Approaches to Girls’ Education (STAGE) project aims to support marginalized girls to improve their lives through education by achieving and acquiring literacy and numeracy skills; relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for life and work. By December 2020, STAGE had trained about 3,000 highly marginalized adolescent girls who had never been to school or…


Development of a Digital Case Management Tool for Community Based Inclusive Development Program

Disability inclusive development practices require reliable data to identify people with disabilities, their barriers to participation, and support needs. Although several tools are available for measuring different components of disability, it is often difficult for program teams in low re? source settings, including lay community workers of community-based inclusive development (CBID) programs, to collect and…


Addressing Racial Equity in our Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field

This three-part series of webinars examined the way implicit racial bias shows up in adult education and how it creates inequity for learners. First, we look at implicit bias — what it is and how we can both face it and work constructively to change it. Second, we share classroom materials and strategies that both…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Holistic Remote Instruction Through Standardized Technologies and Integrated Support Services – Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School

The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School (Carlos Rosario School) is a Local Education Agency (LEA) funded by the District of Columbia. Its mission is to deliver high-quality education, career training, and support services that enable adult immigrants while strengthening the community and economy. The Carlos Rosario School uses a three-pronged approach: 1) foundational skills, including…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Fully Remote Workplace ESOL – English at Work, National Immigration Forum, Washington, D.C.

English at Work is a national initiative that offers industry-contextualized English language training that helps companies in urban, suburban, and rural communities build stronger career pathways for their employees. The initiative is part of the National Immigration Forum’s New American Workforce program. This case study highlights the English at Work remote ESOL program design during COVID and student onboarding and…


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