Lessons learned from measuring early learning globally
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This presentation reviews the IDELA and what makes it unique with a focus on its global reach. It then shares some key insight into what works in alternative approaches and home learning environments.
Author: Romilla Karnati, Sara Poehlman
Organization: Save the Children
Date: March 7, 2016
Countries: El Salvador, Ethiopia
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