> Save the Children > IDELA: Making the Measurement of Early Learning and Development Possible Across Low- and Middle-income Countries
This presentation includes an overview of IDELA, IDELA's initial validation by Save the Children and further validation by NYU's Global TIES. It ends with a review of next steps and a discussion.
Author: Lauren Pisani, Amy Jo Dowd, Jonathan Seiden, Sharon Wolf
Organization: Save the Children
Date: June 27, 2017
Countries: Afghanistan, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Vietnam
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