Most of the world is multilingual—at the national, community, family, and individual levels—and each of these has implications for teaching and learning. This study is one of the first to focus on a theory of change relevant for multilingual learners in the developing world. Pooja Nakamura introduces the report in a brief video.
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In the absence of viable affordable housing policies, the percentage of India’s urban population that cannot afford a home will increase substantially in the next couple of years. AIR is examining the impact of a program, developed by the UK Government and the Indian National Housing Bank, that focuses on increasing access to affordable housing.
Although women’s employment possibilities have improved with the rise of globalization, women in low- and middle-income countries often perform jobs that have low skill requirements and frequently choose occupations that are highly feminized, tend to be less socially valued, and pay lower wages. This systematic review will be the first to assess the impact of vocational and business training on women’s socioeconomic outcomes.