CORD conducted a training workshop for Field Investigators going to Haryana for the last phase of fieldwork for the project Teach Effectively All Children (TEACh) from the 29th till the 31st of January 2017. Click here to see the Photo Gallery.
A Technical paper on Estimating the number of Out-of-School Children -- Methodological Problems and Alternative Approaches, commissioned by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) was prepared by Ms.Anuradha De and Mr.Chander Shekhar Mehra. Click here to see the link.
Meera Samson attended a Stakeholder's Consultation on Policies and Programmes for Children in Maharashtra : Trends and Prospects organised by the UNICEF in Pune.
Harmonizing the Definitions of Out Of School Children in India (OOSCI). Report has been submitted.
Situational Analysis of Secondary Education in Maharashtra and Development of State Action Plan: CORD conducted a Bottleneck Analysis of Secondary Education workshop with educational administrators and school principals in Pune on the 2nd and 3rd of August, in MSCERT, Pune.
Learning Outcomes and Teacher Effectiveness for Children Facing Multiple Disadvantages, Including Those with Disabilities:India and Pakistan: Household survey in Haryana is complete. Qualitative phase of the project took place between October to December 2016. Last phase to commence soon.
The Right to Education and the Emergence of Non-state Actors: The Case of India. A household survey of school choice was conducted in April-June 2015 in East Delhi. Cleaning and analysis of quantitative data are in process.
Impact Assessment of the Shikshak Samman Award (SSA) Initiative. The report has been submitted.
Achieving Transparency and Accountability with Mobile Phones: The Baseline Report has been completed.The interim survey is complete and intervention is in progress.The first phase is nearing completion.
Anuradha De made a presentation "The Role of Data in Development", at a workshop organized by NIRANTAR titled "In Continuum or Isolation? Collectivizing Adolescent Girls and Organizing Women" at Global Arts Village, New Delhi on January 11, 2016.
Meera Samson made a presentation "Schooling as a Site for Change: Adolescents and the Educational System", at a workshop organized by NIRANTAR titled "In Continuum or Isolation? Collectivizing Adolescent Girls and Organizing Women" at Global Arts Village, New Delhi on January 13, 2016.
Anuradha De and Meera Samson, "Promising EFA Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region". This study is one of the several studies commissioned by UNESCO, Bangkok in countries in the Asia Pacific Region to document "innovative practices" which have shown progress in achieving any of the EFA goals, 2015. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0023/002330/233008E.pdf
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