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Using Videos to Enrich Learning & Support Teacher Professional Development in Cambodia

As part of Food For Education (FFE) Early Grade Literacy teacher training, World Education is using videos to enrich learning, support teacher professional development and provide ongoing resources to educators at all levels in Cambodia. This one-pager highlights World Education's approach to using videos, training more than 3,000 teachers and librarians in early literacy and…


USAID|Aprender a Ler (ApaL) Final Report

The overall goal of the USAID | Aprender a Ler (ApaL) – Learn to Read – project was to improve reading outcomes of students in grades 1- 3 in over 1,000 urban and rural target schools in the Zambézia and Nampula provinces. The ultimate measure of project success was “more children reading,” in keeping with…


What can be done to prevent intimate partner violence?

Women in Tanzania suffer alarming rates of gender-based violence (GBV) that have detrimental effects on both mental and physical health. In Tanzania, intimate partner violence (IPV) is one of the most pervasive forms of GBV, with 44% of ever-married women experiencing physical and/or sexual violence from partners. The Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)…


Innovations in Systems Strengthening at Community Level: The Case Management Model

World Education's Bantwana Initiative is piloting its community-based case management model in Uganda. The model is an innovative, cost effective approach designed to ensure that highly vulnerable children in Uganda receive the urgent care and support they need in their own communities. The case management model builds on the culture of care inherent in Ugandan…


School Committees and Community Engagement in Education in Karen State

Drawing on information obtained through in-depth research with local actors in different areas of Karen State, this report describes community engagement in education, as well as factors restricting and enabling local engagement and decision-making. Focusing on different socio-political contexts the report highlights ways in which socio-political factors can impact on patterns of community engagement in…


SABES Math Bulletin: Building Research Into Practice, Volume 4, Issue 1

This issue of the SABES Math Bulletin moves from a focus on research reporting only to a hybrid of research reporting and classroom related materials. With that decision in mind, we offer you in this issue an assortment of problems for the classroom as well as some research-based insights into best mathematics classroom practices. In…


SABES Math Bulletin: Building Research Into Practice, Volume 3, Issue 4

To keep you on your toes as the summer schedule looms before you, the SABES Math Bulletin presents to you an eclectic set of articles in this issue. As promised, we return to look at algebra from different lenses. We share thoughts about arithmetic foundations necessary for algebraic understanding that the National Mathematics Advisory Panel,…


SABES Math Bulletin: Building Research Into Practice, Volume 3, Issue 3

Algebra! The cry to teach and learn algebra is being heard across the nation. The National Math Advisory Panel, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), and even politicians are declaring a mandate for every U.S. student to learn algebra in order to better prepare for the world of work in the years ahead….


SABES Math Bulletin: Building Research Into Practice, Volume 3, Issue 2

Adult education students are brave enough to enter our classrooms in order to continue learning. We need the same courage to keep ourselves alive as learners. In the hopes of generating some new brain cells for our readers, we present in particular a summary of an article penned by Arnold Packer, the former executive director…


The Role of Participation in ABE-to-College Transition Programs in Adult Student Postsecondary Enrollment, Persistence, and Success

The Adult Transitions Longitudinal Study (ATLAS) was an unprecedented longitudinal study of 227 adult students who entered one of 11 ABE-to-College transition programs in fall 2007 or spring 2008. The study followed these students for four years. The goal of these college transition programs was to help adult students build their personal, career, academic, and…


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