Este resumen destaca los mensajes clave de la investigación centrada en la enseñanza de calidad del Programa de Investigación del Fondo Conjunto ESRC-FCDO (anteriormente DFID) para el Alivio de la Pobreza y el Aumento de los Resultados del Aprendizaje en los Sistemas Educativos, y es un resultado de la Iniciativa de Impacto para la Investigación del Desarrollo Internacional.
Draws on research evidence from the ESRC-FCDO Raising Learning Outcomes in Education Systems, this collection highlights opportunities and collaborations that can arise during the course of research and the multiple, unique and sometimes surprising paths to achieving impact.
Insights from education policy actors and researchers on how they are adapting their thinking on the types of impact that can be achieved in the context of Covid-19.
Following contracting out of government primary schools to private companies in Liberia, researchers have examined the effects of these partnerships and how the schools deliver (or fail to deliver) better outcomes.
Research in Bangladesh demonstrates how early childhood programmes could be effectively adapted for implementation at scale, using locally available resources and infrastructure.
Principal Investigator: Ianthi Maria Tsimpli.
Principal Investigator: Robin Shields. Lead Organisation: University of Bath
Co-investigators: Stephen Carney; Swati Banerjee; Hugh Lauder; Andres Sandoval Hernandez; Ganesh Bahadur Singh; P.K. Shajahan
The project will investigate how the accountability of schools differs according the school management model and whether accountability is linked to differences in learning outcomes.
Principal Investigator: Sayantan Ghosal.
This project focuses on learning outcomes for 'disadvantaged learners' in India: children of primary school age who are disadvantaged by a range of structural inequalities, which are often cross-cutting, such as gender, location, caste, and class.