USAID Education in Crisis and Conflict Network (ECCN) has released the new Safer Learning Environments (SLE) Assessment Toolkit. Over the last three years, research teams in nine countries piloted three previous versions of this toolkit, and the final version is now ready to download and use. The new SLE toolkit incorporates quantitative methods, offers extended guidance on conducting ethical research in crisis and conflict contexts, and marks a significant improvement over the SLE Qualitative Toolkit.
For more details about the SLE Assessment Toolkit, and to download the toolkit, please see this website. If you have any questions, contact Gwen Heaner, ECCN’s Research Manager who led the development of the toolkit.