Several organisations and governments are working on TaRL-inspired policies and programmes with the aim of improving learning outcomes.
Our hope is that we can work together as a community committed to ensuring that all children acquire foundational skills, to share best practices and collaborate to improve TaRL programming and impact across Africa. The TaRL Community Section of this website is designed to help facilitate this process.
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How J-Pal and Pratham have supported governments to implement TaRL
1. Generating awareness and sharing evidence
- Presenting assessment data that highlights the need for basic skills
- Hosting workshops on TaRL evidence
2. Building capacity and transferring knowledge
- Training local actors on the approach
- Building Ministry’s capacity to execute monitoring strategies by working with government to design tools, provide training on the tools, develop data entry and management systems, and build data application, review and response mechanism at multiple levels of government.
3. Co-designing contextually appropriate TaRL models
- Co-designing tools, methods and teaching learning content
- Co-designing TaRL models
- Co-designing mentoring and monitoring strategy
4. Testing, reflecting, refining and continually improving the approach
- Co-designing a pilot to test logistic and assist the Ministry analyse the results to help decide how to move forward
- Co-designing systems for review and reflection
5. Providing operational support
- Building and tracking financial models to create a clear understanding of budget requirement and options for managing costs over time
- Assisting with planning, communication and logistics