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COVID-19 has exacerbated an existing crisis in education financing. Even before the pandemic, there was a gap between the finance required to provide universal education to the world’s children and the resources available. T
Participants will learn about: Tools and methods that Hippocampus uses to capture and collect student data across its network of schools; How Hippocampus uses data to prioritise areas of growth and improvement at the school and organisational levels; Learnings from Hippocampus’ recently conducted RCT to evaluate student learning outcomes.
Objectives for the Town Hall: Understand the challenges experienced by the non-state education sector, due to COVID-19; understand how operators have responded and policy implications and share takeaways and recommendations
Program teams can use this guide to inform the planning and implementation of activities to support an integrated, participatory, safe return to school for the communities they support.
Colombia: Alianza Educativa (AE) (Educational Alliance). Education continuity during the Coronavirus crisis. Pablo Jaramillo, Tatiana Forero, Fernando Reimers
Programmatic Decisions. Participants will be able to: learn from Hippocampus’ experience of surveying and adapting ECE approaches and then apply those learnings to their respective context.
This report provides emerging insights on the impact of COVID-19 on the non-state education sector, particularly low fee private schools (LFPS), in low- and middle-income countries. The themes, analysis and findings of the report were shaped through conversations with sector experts, proprietors, and other stakeholders in the LFPS ecosystem.
This rapid review by Global Schools Forum estimates the impact of COVID-19 on the non-state education sector in low- and middle-income countries
The role of teacher-selection in an ECE learning centre: Participants will be able to reimagine the skills, competencies and aptitudes that make successful ECE teachers, and how to look for these traits in your selection process.
Action steps and resources to help your team prevent learning loss and meet the social-emotional behavioural (SEB) and academic needs of each student.
Participants will learn about Hippocampus’ overall approach to ECE programme design, learn about Hippocampus’ intention behind specific elements of the programme and reflect on their own ECE programme.
This guidance note builds on prior guidance but is specific to preschools and kindergartens, as these institutions are unique in their pedagogical approach and set up specific to young children, and their dual focus on nurturing care and learning.