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TaRL Africa Hosts a Webinar on The Innovative ‘Language Learning from Familiar to Formal’ (L2F2) Methodology

A learner reads the English Calendar Chart in Yobe, Nigeria Credit: Suleiman Mohammed Yobe State TaRL Coordinator, UNICEF Nigeria Speakers present on the L2F2 methodology and its adaptations across Anglophone contexts in Sub-Saharan Africa. Credit: TaRL Africa In several parts of the world, the language taught in schools differs from that spoken at home. Developed …

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Inyang Udo-Umoren’s Journey as the Country Director of TaRL Africa in Nigeria

Inyang Udo-Umoren is the Country Director of TaRL Africa in Nigeria. What has your experience been so far working with TaRL Africa? I have been working with TaRL Africa since 2019, and it has been a huge learning journey for me. As the first recruited person from Nigeria, I have had the opportunity to build …

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Meet Naaman Ochieng, our passionate Programmes Coordinator

Naaman Ochieng is TaRL Africa’s Programmes Coordinator. He supports Incubation and Learning as well as government engagement in Kenya to strengthen implementation and strategy to improve program growth. He lets us in on his role as a Programmes Coordinator and why he loves working at TaRL Africa.  What has your experience been so far working …

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TaRL Bootcamp

The TaRL Bootcamp is an intensive 10-day training programme offered by Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa, aimed at developing the skills of individuals who have no prior experience with the TaRL methodology or have experience implementing TaRL. This programme is designed specifically for those intending to implement TaRL programmes across the continent. The …

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Adapting a new educational approach to francophone West Africa

Cross posted from the J-PAL blog. In francophone West Africa, despite progress made in primary school enrollment rates, students’ learning levels remain low throughout primary school. For example, in Côte d’Ivoire, more than half of students did not reach a “satisfactory” level in reading and almost three in four students did not reach a “satisfactory” level in mathematics …

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Applying the generalizability framework: Adopting Teaching at the Right Level in Zambia

Cross–posted from the J-PAL blog. How can governments learn from evidence generated from randomized evaluations? Over the last three years, J-PAL Africa has supported the Zambian Ministry of General Education to pilot and scale up the Catch Up Program, with the help of Pratham, Innovations for Poverty Action, UNICEF Zambia, VVOB – education for development, the USAID Zambia Mission, and USAID Development Innovation Ventures. Catch Up …

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Teaching at the Right Level Website Launch

J-PAL Africa and Pratham have launched a new Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) website in response to growing demand from governments, schools, and NGOs for details on TaRL methodology and implementation. In recent years, education stakeholders have become increasingly aware of low foundational skill levels in primary schools and the lack of safety nets for the …

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