If you are a careful, or even selective, reader of RISE outputs, you will have noticed that over the past two years, the Politics of Learning emerged as a new theme, and in 2019, RISE had more to say on it than ever before.
This new volume of case studies on the politics of learning in developing countries makes three distinct and valuable contributions.
Anyone who follows RISE closely (or just knows what the acronym stands for) will know that we are focused on “systems” of education. Our focus on systems might seem obvious to some, but to others it might be puzzling. The systems focus can sometimes feel abstract, even to those of us who work on the programme.