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Super synthesis: Evidence of what works in education for development
[rd] International
  • Jeaniene Spink, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Publication Date
8-30-2017
Subjects
Evaluation, Educational improvement, Partnerships in education, Attendance, Student retention, Educational development, Student centred learning
Abstract
A synthesis of research evidence identifies the impact of interventions that offer high value in meeting education’s greatest challenges in development contexts, as Jeaniene Spink explains.
Place of Publication
Melbourne
Publisher
Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Citation Information
Spink, Jeaniene. (August 2017) 'Super synthesis: Evidence of what works in education for development', Researh Development, ACER. https://rd.acer.org/article/super-synthesis-evidence-of-what-works-in-education-for-development