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What Does Low Learning Really Feel Like?
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Luis Crouch illustrates what a lack of fluency means in real time to push "actors" into action.

Caine Rolleston presents Young Lives data at CIES 2018
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At CIES in Mexico City, Young Lives held a panel session on inequality and inequity in learning opportunities and outcomes in Ethiopia, India, Vietnam, and…

Vietnam’s Exceptional Learning Success: Can We Do That Too?
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The “Vietnam effect” shows that high education quality is possible even with lower income levels. Should other countries with similar income levels be…

Bad Assessments Are Bad for Learning
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Are high-stakes examinations testing higher-order skills? Maryam Akmal looks at a recent RISE working paper that reviews examination instruments in primary…

RISE Political Economy Panel Session at CIES 2018
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On Day 1 of the Comparative and Education Society Conference in Mexico, the RISE Programme hosted a panel session on the political economy of education…

Ecuador's Education System
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Ecuador’s education policy choices and results offer a useful window into how “pivoting to learning” and major reforms focused on teaching can substantially…

CIES 2018 Pre-Conference Workshop - What Can We Learn from Applying an Education System Diagnostic?
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At a CIES 2018 pre-conference workshop, participants had the chance to discuss and debate system diagnostic tools and the importance of these tools in…

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