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Ethiopia Builds its First National Assessment of Pre-primary Education
Webinar: Early Childhood Measurement Tools
Webinar: Monitoring and Quality Assurance Systems for Early Childhood Education
On January 21, 2021 Together for Early Childhood Evidence hosted a webinar on developing monitoring and quality assurance systems.
ECD Measure Newsletter, January 2021
Quarterly newsletter from ECD Measure announcing the an upcoming webinar, recent work from consortium members, including South Africa's national ECE data system, as well as other recent resources on ECE data and measurement.
South Africa works toward a national ECE data system while adapting to COVID-19
The Department of Basic Education is creating a management information system that will annually collate information on enrollment, staffing, registration, monitoring the implementation of curriculum, and other components for all ECD centers throughout the country.
Assessing the ECD needs of six USAID Missions in Africa
To better understand and take stock of the opportunities and challenges at the country-level in early childhood development (ECD), particularly in light of the unique COVID-19 context, ECD Measure conducted a needs assessment with Ethiopia, Liberia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia.
ECD Measure Newsletter, October 2020
Quarterly newsletter from ECD Measure announcing the launch of Phase 2 of the Consortium and including the latest blog posts from the ECD Measure team, as well as other recent resources on ECE data and measurement.
Announcing Phase 2: Working Together for Early Childhood Evidence
Blog post by Abbie Raikes, Director of ECD Measure, announcing the launch of Phase 2 of the Consortium along with a new name — Together for Early Childhood Evidence — and a new website to serve as the online hub for participating country teams.
Reflecting on progress from Phase 1 of CPDMA
An update on progress in Phase 1 of CPDMA, during which four country teams (Liberia, Rwanda, South Africa and Ethiopia) worked together to map out their ECE data systems and develop plans to use data to improve outcomes for young children.