Globally, 263 million children do not go to school. Another 330 million youngsters go to school but are not learning. Not only must the global education community expand children’s access to primary education we must also confront a far more complex question: How do we ensure that children attending school receive a high-quality education?
Continue reading "How Different Educational Practices Affect Learning"Oral reading fluency is increasingly relied upon to assess literacy in primary grades. Oral reading fluency is typically measured using ‘correct words per minute’ (cwpm), which assesses how quickly and accurately a student can read a passage.
Continue reading "The Implications of Fluency Form Effects in Organisational Policy and Planning"The educational effects of lockdown could be felt for a generation if schools and educational organizations cannot move quickly to mitigate the loss of learning stemming from school closures.
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