Since 2006, the USAID-funded Primary School Support Program: A School Fees Pilot (PSSP:SFP) has worked closely with schools and communities in Malawi’s Dowa District in an effort to achieve equitable access to quality basic education.
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This report uses data from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) assessment and summarizes the performance of U.S. students.
Guiding Principles to Manage Scholarship Programs represents an overall approach to implementing scholarship programs so as to maximize the learning opportunities to students and families who receive scholarships.
USAID’s Haiti Scholarship Program supports public and private schools to retain needy children in school and create the conditions for their academic success through supplemental tutoring and school improvement projects. As explained in this report, thousands of Haitian children have benefited from the opportunity to attend school because of the program.
This draft Tutor’s Guide was created for use during the pilot phase of the HIV/AIDS Teacher Education Course, part of the CHANGES2 program in Zambia.
This full-color poster, developed for the CHANGES2 project in Zambia, depicts 12 critical teaching skills.
Brochure produced by CHANGES2 encouraging young people to remain abstinent.
This draft Handbook is for student-teachers to use as they move through the HIV/AIDS Teacher Education Course (HATEC).