In this blog, we hear from the Liberia T4ECE country task force team about their experience in developing a catalogue of ECE programs and quality indicators and how the data collected will be used to help focus and manage resources to improve the quality of ECE in Liberia.
This blog explores how nationally representative classroom observational data collected in Rwanda by government officials will be used to make positive impacts on the quality of early learning and how the T4ECE team hopes this will create a shift in the culture of data communication and data use.
In this blog, we feature the Thrive by Five Index, South Africa’s first nationally representative survey of preschool children. It provides data on 4-5-year-old children’s developmental outcomes that will inspire action and change so that all children have the chance to flourish by the age of five.
In this blog, we hear from Dr. Menelik Desta, Executive Director of ESRI, and Professor Belay Kibret of Addis Ababa University as they discuss the T4ECE task force team’s experience in synthesizing and compiling ECDE evidence and resources in Ethiopia.
As part of the 2022 CIES conference, Together for Early Childhood Evidence led a panel focused on country-led research activities in Ethiopia, Liberia, Rwanda and South Africa that support strengthening and developing effective early childhood monitoring and measurement systems.
This blog focuses on our team’s work using human-centered design to think about how measurement tools and systems can respond to the needs of early childhood teachers and providers.
In this blog we hear from Save the Children Rwanda as they, with the support of T4ECE, collect for the first time ever nationally representative data on the quality of pre-primary and primary classroom and children’s learning outcomes.
Relationship-building practices and social-emotional development in Liberian Preschools: Our findings using the BEQI observation tool
This blog features work in Liberia to adapt and use ECD Measure’s Brief Early Childhood Quality Inventory (BEQI) to help Liberian researchers and policymakers understand the current state of preschool quality and make choices about how to improve.
This blog highlights the process and experience of building Ethiopia’s first national study of early childhood quality and outcomes using the MELQO.