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Education in Crisis & Conflict Network
Dedicated to Increasing Equitable Access to
Education in Areas Affected by Crisis and Conflict

New Blog Posted

Members of the USAID ECCN Support Team joined USAID staff in Thailand in October 2016 for the Essentials for Education in Crisis and Conflict course. Learn more about this course on the blog this week. 

 

Reminder: End-of-Year Survey

Your input is important! Please contribute to the USAID ECCN End-of-Year Survey. Your responses will help us better serve the EiCC community of practice in the coming year. This survey will close on December 7.

 

What is USAID ECCN Reading?

Through the "What is USAID ECCN reading?" series we distribute a list of meaningful news articles, books, reports, and other documents, including multimedia, relevant to those working in Education in Crisis and Conflict (EiCC) contexts. 

We encourage you to participate! If you would like to contribute to the "What is USAID ECCN Reading?" series please email us at usaideccn@edc.org with your contributions. Include in the email a link to the document with a 1-2 sentence description, your name, organization, and image. The image is optional.

Visit our website to find all the previous suggestions.

Ash Hartwell
USAID ECCN M&E Specialist

Empowering Global Citizens: A World Course by Fernando Reimers et.al 2016. The book presents The World Course, a dynamic curriculum on global citizenship education designed to equip students with the competencies they need to thrive and contribute to sustainable development in an era of globalization. Learn more on a recent podcast featuring Reimers speaking on this innovative curriculum.  

Kazianga et al, The Medium-Term Impacts of Girl-Friendly Schools: 7-Year Evidence from School Construction in Burkina Faso evaluates the long term effect of a “girl-friendly” primary school program in Burkina Faso.

 


Gwen Heaner
USAID ECCN Research Manager

3ie's latest systematic review on education: The impact of education programmes on learning and school participation in low- and middle-income countries considers 216 programmes reaching 16 million children across 52 low and middle-income countries to show "there are no ‘magic bullets’ to ensure high-quality education for all, but there are lessons to be learned for improving future education programmes."
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