This issue of EdQual’s newsletter features: measuring and evaluating education quality; education sector professionals’ views about quality; research supporting quality evaluation; approaches to quality evaluation; news from our research projects, including how we are engaging with key stakeholders and communicating our findings.
This issue of the newsletter produced by our partners in Ghana reports on a three-day workshop organised by EdQual (Ghana) at the Sasakawa center, University of Cape Coast, which aimed at equipping headteachers with skills to enhance learning outcomes through action research and school self-evaluation.
This issue of EdQual’s newsletter features: reports on quality school buildings, comparison of research and experience on school effectiveness, how ICT can support teachers, improving classroom communication, promoting participation in science teaching, the 2008 EFA monitoring report, and communications methods to reach broad audiences.
This issue of the newsletter produced by our partners in Ghana reports on the findings from two parallel needs analysis workshops held in Tamale and Cape Coast aimed at exploring voices of heads themselves on their vision, roles, challenges and what quality in education really means to them.
This issue of EdQual’s newsletter features: the meaning of ‘learner-centred’; report on a headteachers’ workshop on child-friendly school environments; news from our research projects; reviews of the 2007 EFA Global Monitoring Report and an evaluation of World Bank support to primary education; and education quality events.
This issue of EdQual's newsletter features: a welcome from EdQual’s director and an introduction to the EdQual team; news and events from our research projects and partner institutions; and report on the views of stakeholders gathered in initial ICT project work visiting selected primary and secondary schools in Rwanda.