The Regional Education Learning Initiative The interplay of top-down and bottom-up strategies to improving learning outcomes

Top-down, bottom-up, and incremental approaches are usually applied to the implementation of policies (Darling-Hammond, 2000). Even though these approaches have been solely applied to the policy process, they can also explain implementation mechanisms within education programs that have expansive in nature and seeks to influence policy outcomes in a particular educational skill area—learning outcomes. […]

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Advancing Learning Outcomes for Transformational Change: Lessons learnt from six year implementation and evaluation of an education program in Nairobi

Programming that seeks to improve outcomes for adolescents and youth should cut across school, home and the community.
Adolescents and youth living in disadvantaged settings are likely to be at higher risk for negative outcomes and therefore
more likely to benefit from interventions that provide opportunities for dialogue and, supportive environments. This study focused on adolescence because this phase of life is one of the most rapidly changing stages of human development. […]

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Human Development

In the stream of work on Education and Technology, we seek to understand how African countries can leverage technology to […]

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