Featured article: Who’s ready to change? Tracking adaptations during scaling in education – Brookings CUE

Read the Brookings Center for Universal Education’s new article, “Who’s ready to change? Tracking adaptations during scaling in education” by Jenny Perlman Robinson and TPD@Scale Coalition Secretariat Director, Victoria Tinio. The article discusses how education initiatives adapt to changing environments, and it features Brookings CUE’s recently-published Adaptation Tracker. This tracker has been designed to support […]

The Coalition co-organizes a 2-day policy dialogue to enable an Education Workforce that supports the learning of marginalized girls in Southeast Asia

The TPD@Scale Coalition for the Global South led a two-day policy dialogue (23 and 25 March 2021) for diplomats, ministers, and high-level officials from developing Southeast Asian nations, in partnership with the Education Commission. Co-hosted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO), the event focused on how […]

Teachers’ skills in Honduras in a year of transition and recovery: addressing the effects of the pandemic, natural disasters and social inequalities—Rosa María Moncada and Dante Castillo, SUMMA

At the beginning of the pandemic, Honduras launched its “We want you studying at home” campaign where teachers and students made an effort to continue with educational activities from home during heavy lockdown measures. Now at the end of the school year, the Ministry of Education proposed for November 2020 to February 2021 to be […]

Improvement Science as a way to build resilience—Dr. Paul Walley, The Open University

The Covid-19 crisis has given all educators worldwide a whole series of problems to solve.  Given the real-time nature of the issues solutions have needed to be found quickly, so that continuity of education is maintained (where possible) and where pupils do not lose too much of their educational opportunities.  In some cases the evidence base about […]

Freeze or Fight?—Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ateneo Laboratory for the Learning Sciences

The South East Asia – Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) Programme is a UNICEF and SEAMEO partnership that aims “to improve the region’s capacity to measure learning outcomes, use data, and allow peer exchange on policies and practices.” Its flagship effort is the SEA-PLM Assessment. Formally launched in 2014, the study attempted to measure the outcomes […]