of these documents summarize findings from field-based
activities that have been conducted
under BEPS. “A Healthy Child in a Healthy School Environment” presents
the teacher-administered school health and nutrition program
to improve student performance being implemented under the
Communities Supporting Health, HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, Gender,
and Equity Education in Schools (CHANGES) Program in Zambia.
“Reaching for the Sky” presents
integrated approach to expanding primary school access, quality,
and retention efforts previously initiated in Uganda. Widespread
consensus building and multi-level stakeholder buy-in have
been used in this effort to build quality and sustainability.
“Education in Emergencies: Critical Questions
and Challenges” highlights ten challenges and related
resources for education programs in post-crisis situations.
provides insights for international education professionals
who are faced with initiating or reestablishing basic education
under particularly difficult circumstances.
The fourth and
final document, “Making
a World of Difference,” summarizes the entire span
of BEPS initiatives since the year 2000 -- over 65 activities
in at least 39
countries. Activities have included assessments, research,
technical assistance, program design and implementation,
pilot projects, publications, and regional and international
workshops. Descriptions are organized by region and country.
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