Developing a new numeracy assessment tool

Developing a new numeracy assessment tool

Careful monitoring and observation of each component of the TaRL approach is an important aspect of successful TaRL implementation. In this post, we reflect on how the TaRL Africa team, along with country TaRL teams in Nigeria and Côte d’Ivoire, identified challenges...
Catching Up in Kazungula

Catching Up in Kazungula

From 27-28 January 2020, Rukmini Banerji (CEO, Pratham) visited Zambia with the TaRL Africa Board of Directors to see the Catch Up programme in action. She shares snapshots from the visit and reflections on the Catch Up programme.   The teacher was telling a...
Letting the world know ‘what works’

Letting the world know ‘what works’

Arjun Agarwal (Pratham) reflects on how randomised evaluations have contributed to understanding what works, including Pratham’s TaRL approach. Read the article:”Randomised control trials pioneered by this year’s Economics Nobel winners have helped crack...