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KIX EAP Podcast #12: Rokeya Akhter, Executive Director at the South Asian Institute for Social Transformation, Dhaka, Bangladesh
This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Chapman University (USA) features Dr. U S Rokeya Akhter, Executive Director of the South Asian Institute for Social Transformation (SAIST) and interim National KIX Coordinator, Bangladesh. In the podcast, Rokeya explains how Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed was used to advocate for Bangladeshi girls’ education.
KIX EAP Webinar 11 “Building the Capacity of Teachers @Scale for Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education”
The 11th KIX EAP Webinar “Building the Capacity of Teachers @Scale for Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education” took place on February 17, 2022. Organised by NORRAG in collaboration with the KIX research grantee Teacher Professional Development at Scale (TPD@Scale) Coalition for the Global South, this event was attended by 334 participants from over 50 countries.
KIX Africa 19+21 Learning Series on Scaling Impact in Education
Policy Brief No. 1 "Teaching Under Construction"
The objective of this document is to tackle the challenges and strengths in teacher professional development (TPD) in Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and to propose policy recommendations for their improvement.
KIX LAC Hub Newsletter #20
Are Children Learning? Exploring foundational skills amidst a learning crisis
Are Children Really Learning? Exploring foundational skills in the midst of a learning crisis
UNICEF's new report offers unique insight into the extent of the learning crisis by providing an in-depth picture of which children are most at risk of not acquiring foundational learning skills. The analysis of 32 low- and middle-income countries and territories uses newly released data to examine the equity perspective of the crisis, exploring learning outcomes among different subgroups of children, with a focus on the most vulnerable.
Country Review Challenges and opportunities in the education system of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
This report provides an analysis of some of the key features of the education system in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It also highlights the current needs and challenges within the system and provides evidence-based recommendations that can strengthen education provisions, and by extension, the educational experiences for every learner.
Country Review Challenges and opportunities in the education system of Grenada
This report provides an analysis of some of the key features of the education system in Grenada. It also highlights the current needs and challenges within the system and provides evidence-based recommendations that can strengthen education provisions, and by extension, the educational experiences for every learner.
WHERE KIX WORKS
KIX brings together 70 low- and middle-income countries that are partners of the Global Partnership for Education to identify common policy challenges and facilitate knowledge sharing and evidence building. KIX currently funds 36 projects across these 70 countries. Click through the countries in the map to learn about the work that is being done in each country.
WHAT KIX DOES
To help transform education systems in the West and Central Africa and Indian Ocean regions, the …
Government decisionmaking on education in low- and middle-income countries: Understanding the fit among innovation, scaling strategy, and broader environment
Only a few innovations ever successfully scale throughout education systems. Previous research highlights two reasons for this scarcity of success…
The Latin American and Caribbean region has managed to make significant progress in education in recent years, but a large number of challenges…
Data Must Speak – a global initiative implemented since 2014 – aims to address the evidence gaps to mitigate the…
DMS – a global initiative implemented since 2014 – aims to address the evidence gaps to mitigate the learning crisis…