What does it mean for a country to “pivot to learning”? What specific education policies change? How hard is it to implement these – both technically and politically? And above all, how long does it take for student learning actually to improve?
Paul Glewwe, Principal Investigator on the RISE Vietnam Country Research Team, on the importance of the RISE research in Vietnam and what the team hopes to learn.
The Launching of the RISE Programme in Indonesia: Evaluating How Teacher Reforms in Decentralised Indonesia Can Promote Learning Gains
This event aims to introduce the RISE Programme in Indonesia, an education research program led by The SMERU Research Institute. SMERU is partnering with the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) and the Mathematica Policy Research (Mathematica).