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REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Reflections on systems practice: Implementing Teaching at the Right Level in Zambia
by Varja Lipovsek, Co-Impact; Laura Poswell, JPAL Africa; Ashleigh Morrell, JPAL Africa; Devyani Pershad, Pratham; Nico Vromant, VVOB and Abe Grindle, Co-Impact
This is a working chapter on the “Reflections on systems practice: Implementing Teaching at the Right Level in Zambia”.
The chapter will be published next year in Systems Thinking in International Education and Development edited by Moira V. Faul and Laura Savage, forthcoming January 2023, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. Moira Faul Laura Savage. The book, the fourth in the NORRAG Series on International Education and Development, reflects the mission of the global Network for International Policies and Cooperation in Education and Training (NORRAG) to produce, disseminate and broker critical knowledge on topical issues that emerge in education and development.
The chapter looks at the growth of TaRL programming in Zambia, showcasing how the program has been scaled and delivered within the Zambian education system.
Read the chapter here
Interested in learning more about how researchers, policymakers, and implementers conduct research and use rigorous evidence to guide programs and policymaking? Explore these resources:
Read about TaRL Africa’s Learning Agenda: “The goals of TaRL Africa’s Learning Agenda are to focus our own process of improvement and to catalyse useful learning (and open sharing of these lessons) for all stakeholders involved in TaRL programmes across the continent. This document shares the TaRL Africa team’s current priorities for learning how to adapt and improve the approach at scale across the continent. The document also shares these ideas and remaining questions with other partners interested in the TaRL model. We hope that our partners will engage with the document to communicate their priorities, suggestions, and further questions. We envision this to be a continually evolving agenda for learning across many TaRL teams and partners.”
Please visit the implementation teams page for a full overview of teams responsible for teaching TaRL classes, mentoring TaRL instructors, and designing TaRL programmes.
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Please visit the Monitoring page of this website for more information about monitoring processes and check back for sample Monitoring resources at a later stage. Read about monitoring systems in other contexts:
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