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This study is a rigorous review of evidence found in the literature that shows which interventions promote educational access, quality of learning, and wellbeing among children who live in crisis-affected
This new Oxfam briefing paper outlines some of the key concerns, and proposes a plan for not only increased funding for education in Afghanistan, but also reforming budget allocation and
As the number of orphans and vulnerable children grows, their communities become less and less capable of addressing all their basic needs, including their ability to go to school. The
Over the past decade, humanitarian actors have focused more attention and resources on education programming, in which ‘quality’ has some particular dimensions – including child protection, socio-emotional needs of students and
This UNESCO/APQN Toolkit complements the OECD/UNESCO Guidelines for Quality Provision in Cross-border Higher Education and is intended to act as an aid in regulating quality assurance for countries
The paper is intended to provide a framework for developing quality education programmes “translating” the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) into policies and practices that are inclusive
The approach taken over the past decade to introduce minimum primary school standards in Vietnam is reviewed, with annual school audits that measured both input (quality) and output indicators. It
The toolkit is designed to orient educators to issues of equity and to help them begin a process of research and inquiry to identify factors in schools and classrooms that
The booklets in this series are written primarily for two types of clientele; those engaged in educational planning and administration, in developing as well as developed countries; and others, less
The FTI Annual Report 2007, “Quality Education for All Children: Meeting the Challenge,” documents progress in 32 countries with education sector plans endorsed by the FTI.