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A Cost Effectiveness Study of Two Digital Learning Innovations in China and the Philippines

One key component of program evaluations that is frequently overlooked is cost effectiveness analysis (CEA). CEA focuses on assessing productivity, often calculated in the form of a ratio generated by dividing the input (usually costs of resources, materials, labor, etc.) by the outputs (in education programs, usually learning gains). The purpose of such an analysis [...]

ELLN Digital – Technology-Supported Teacher Professional Development on Early Language, Literacy and Numeracy for K-3 Teachers: An Evaluation (Philippines)

Early Language, Literacy and Numeracy (ELLN) Digital is a project being implemented in the Philippines by the Foundation of Information Technology Education and Development (FIT-ED) with funding from USAID/Manila through its Philippine-American Fund. The aim of this project is to build and test a cost-effective, flexible, scalable and sustainable technology-supported teacher professional development (TPD) model [...]

An Evaluation of the Integration of m-Learning in TRAC+ (Total Reading Approach for Children Plus) Project to Enhance the Literacy of Early Grade Students in Cambodia

The Total Reading Approach for Children Plus (TRAC+) Project is a system of interventions to improve early grade literacy in Cambodia including new teaching and learning materials, a mobile learning game called Anh Khmer, assessment protocols for benchmarking reading, literacy coaching for teachers, peer tutoring and parental engagement. TRAC+ is currently being implemented in 140 public [...]