Twaweza is a member of The Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Program, a multi-country research project, that seeks to answer the question, “What works to improve education systems to deliver learning at scale in developing countries?”
Tanzania has undertaken and continues to undertake a series of broad system-level reforms both to increase access to education as well as address learning outcomes. In collaboration with key education stakeholders in Tanzania, RISE expects to generate a body of evidence that illuminates the promise of and impediments to successful reforms. In particular, the research program’s main goal is to shed light on ways in which reform initiatives can be leveraged to address remaining barriers to progress in learning. This will add to both Tanzanian and global knowledge on how to improve learning outcomes at scale.
- RISE Tanzania Research Program Overview | 258.73 KB
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