Making a Case for Accelerated Education: How It Can Be Done
The Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) has completed a series of studies on the application of Accelerated Education Principles for Effective Practice. These 10 evidence-based principles aim to clarify the essential components of an effective Accelerated Education Program (AEP). The review of the application of the AEP Principles included four case studies, conducted in Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, and with two programs in Dadaab in North East Kenya, that highlight how contextual differences are managed in assessing adherence to the principles and in ensuring effectiveness of AEP programs generally.
Published: August, 2017
Author: Kayla Boisvert, Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG)
Posted in: ECCN Blog