This interim report describes a preliminary set of evaluation findings on the school rehabilitation activity and the training activity for teachers and school directors.
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Evaluation Interim Report for the Georgia II Improving General Education Quality Project's School Rehabilitation and Training ActivitiesOct 07, 2019
Evaluation Interim Report for the Georgia II Industry-Led Skills and Workforce Development ProjectSep 23, 2019
In this report, Mathematica researchers present interim findings of a program they evaluated that was designed to increase the number of Georgians with technical skills that are relevant to the local economy.
Improving Education Infrastructure and Training in GeorgiaAug 31, 2019
In this issue brief, Mathematica researchers highlight key findings from their evaluation of school rehabilitation and educator training initiatives in Georgia.
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This issue brief provides key findings from a performance evaluation that Mathematica conducted on a technical and vocational education training program in the country of Georgia.
Building Capacity in Health and Education Systems to Deliver Interventions that Strengthen Early Child DevelopmentMay 23, 2018
In this article, the authors focus on identifying eight critical aspects of enabling systemic support for early childhood services.
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Identifies the effects of exposure to a subsidized childcare program in Colombia on children's nutritional status, cognitive and socioemotional development.
Enriching the Home Environment of Low-Income Families in Colombia: A Strategy to Promote Child Development at ScaleJun 30, 2013
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