Author(s): Bhula, Radhika
Organisation(s): Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (USA)
Pages: 3 p.
Serie: J-PAL Policy Insights
In classrooms around the world, many students are not learning at grade level and struggle to catch up. Dedicating a portion of instruction time to tailoring instruction to the learning levels of students is one of the most effective and cost-effective ways of improving learning. Tailored instruction can be delivered effectively through multiple channels: during or after school and by tutors, volunteers, government teachers, or through education technology.