School improvement in developing countries: experiences and lessons learned

Autor(es): Anderson, Stephen; Mundy, Karen

Date: 2015

Pages: 22 p.

Serie: Making the grade in global education


This report was developed to stimulate a discussion about best practices in the delivery of programs that support improvements in education access and quality at the pre-tertiary education levels in developing countries. Looking at the experience of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and others, it synthesizes evidence, experiences, and lessons learned in the broad field of pre-primary, primary and secondary school education and improvement in eight areas: overall approaches to school improvement; student learning; teacher development; school management; parent and community involvement; early childhood education; gender in education; and monitoring and evaluation.

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