Research and Learning

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Since 2001, Pratham and J-PAL-affiliated researchers have worked together to evaluate the TaRL approach and various implementation models. Through 6 randomised evaluations in India, they found that when TaRL is successfully implemented, learning outcomes improve. Learn more about the evidence from randomised evaluations »

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Learning Agenda

While the evidence is strong that TaRL is effective, there is still much to learn about how to best implement TaRL in different African contexts. The Learning Agenda shares TaRL Africa’s current learning priorities and provides a framework and a set of questions to investigate. Read more about TaRL Africa’s learning agenda »