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Curriculum Provides A Learning Pathway, But What Do Students See In The Classroom?

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Story Source: Brookings  ~ Go to Original Article

Editor’s Note: This is the first piece in a blog series on NISSEM’s global briefs, a collection of peer-reviewed essays within the field of education.

Business-as-usual schooling in many countries is not engaging the hearts and minds of most children. Textbook-focused, rote learning and a focus on exams that measure cognitive, but not behavioral or social-emotional learning mean that the education Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)—that is, all children achieving basic levels of reading and writing at the primary level—is unlikely to be met.……………….……………………..