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This volume brings together academic research experts, government officials and field-based practitioners. National and global experts present multiple broad thematic papers – ranging from the effects of migration and improving teaching to the potential of educational technologies, and better metrics for understanding and financing education. In addition, local experts, practitioners and policymakers describe their own work on LBOP issues being undertaken in Kenya, India, Mexico and Ivory Coast. The contributors argue persuasively that learning equity is a moral imperative, but also one that will have educational, economic and social impacts. They further outline how achieving SDG4 will take renewed and persistent effort by stakeholders to use better measurement tools to promote learning achievement among poor and marginalized children.
- Sustainable Development Goal on Education
- Learning at the Bottom of the Pyramid
- Quality of education
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Castillo, N. M., Adam, T. & Haßler, B., Feb 2022, Learning, Marginalization, and Improving the Quality of Education in Low-income Countries. Wagner, D. A., Castillo, N. M. & Lewis, S. G. (eds.). Open Book Publishers, p. 113-147
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › ChapterOpen Access
Learning at the bottom of the pyramid: Constraints, comparability and policy in developing countriesWagner, D. A. & Castillo, N. M., Dec 11 2014, In: Prospects. 44, 4, p. 627-638 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review