Introducing USAID’s “Pre-primary Education How-To Note”
POSTED April 14, 2022|
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Studies show that access to pre-primary education can reduce grade repetition, decrease dropout rates, and improve the overall well-being of the learner and their community. Prior to the pandemic, only 50 percent of children worldwide were enrolled in pre-primary education. In lower and middle income countries, as few as 20 percent had access. Today, even fewer children are attending because of the pandemic. USAID created a Pre-Primary Education Guidance Note to help education practitioners learn more about designing high-quality pre-primary education activities. Better educational outcomes lead to more opportunities later in life, driving overall economic growth.
Find out from this video how Mariam thrived as a result of a pre-primary program.