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Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE)

Last updated: 22/07/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-1-204322


RISE aims to change the way that leading education policymakers and practitioners understand how education systems work, enabling them to make strategic, prioritised and impactful decisions around education reform. RISE research in seven ODA eligible countries is generating cutting edge evidence on what works at scale to improve learning outcomes for all, including marginalised girls. RISE produces innovative ideas, data and research as global public goods, as well as new tools and approaches (such as system diagnostics) that can be used across multiple low- and middle-income countries with particular impact for developing/ODA eligible countries. RISE's country teams are directly supporting country governments as they reopen education systems following Covid-19 school closures, and RISE have published new research on the long term impacts of such closures. RISE directly delivers on the manifesto commitment on girls' education.


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Programme data last updated on 22/07/2022