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Education Resilience Approaches

Documents
2016
Global
It is widely recognized that countries need strong education systems that promote learning, life skills, and social cohesion. However, systems struggle to deliver education services in adverse contexts such as natural disasters, political crises, health epidemics, pervasive violence, and armed conflict. Paradoxically, education can also help mitigate the risks of such adversity and help children and youth to succeed despite severe challenges. This is one dimension of the kind of resilience people, communities, and the institutions that serve them must develop to recover, succeed, and experience positive change in the face of adversity. The World Bank Group’s Education Resilience Approaches (ERA) program is a special set of tools designed to provide contextual analysis of resilience processes in education systems based on local data on adversity, assets, school-community relations, and education policies and services in adverse contexts. This complements the World Bank Group’s Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) platform that countries have been using to benchmark and analyze various aspects of their education systems.
Education Resilience Approaches
Documents
2016
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Education Resilience Approaches
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