In Cambodia, Pioneering Better Data Leads to Better Education, Ministry Launch Ambitious New Monitoring Framework, FLS News Alerts Issue 816 – 26 Oct 2018

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Learning can only happen when a child is interested. If he’s not interested, it’s like throwing marshmallows at his head and calling it eating―Katrina Gutleben
2 Mins | Data

Cambodia: Pioneering Better Data Leads to Better Education

In an era of abundant data, educators in Kampong...
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4 Mins | Stories

The Story of Mother Home Cambodia

Oun Kosorl teaches Cambodian children for free, having founded...
5 Mins | Outcomes

More Testing? Insights From the 2018 GEM Report

Is more testing good for education or not? We look at contrasting findings
3 Mins | Access

India: Mobile Schools to Bring State Education to Children’s Door

Children who find it difficult to travel distances to go...
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1 Min | Cases

6 Case Studies on the Role of School Report Cards

6 cases from IIEP-UNESCO look at how open school data can create more...
3 Mins | Policy

World Bank: The Economic Case for Early Learning

Nobel prize winning economist James Heckman has made a case for...

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