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3 Questions with Jennifer Swift-Morgan on Supporting Cameroonian Scholars

Dr. Jennifer Swift-Morgan
June 20, 2019
4 Minute Read
Jennifer Swift-Morgan discusses her upcoming stint as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar in Yaoundé, Cameroon and her desire to help prepare the country’s young academics, policymakers, program managers and social entrepreneurs to lead Cameroon’s sustainable development.

News: Chemonics Tackles High-Priority Global Education Issues at CIES 2019


April 15, 2019
2 Minute Read
This week, Chemonics presents at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) on sustainable education in conflict zones, early grade reading, book supply chain, and data- and technology-driven approaches to education.

Disability Measurement Challenges: Not an Excuse to Delay Inclusive Education

Paige Morency Notario
April 11, 2019
5 Minute Read
As development professionals, we often get waylaid by measurement challenges in our pursuit of disability-inclusive education. Paige Morency Notario reminds us that when it comes to meeting students’ needs, it’s better to start somewhere than not to start at all.

More than ABCs: Enabling Environments for Youth Start with Primary School

Dr. Jordene Hale
September 24, 2018
3 Minute Read
To contribute positively to their communities and become productive adults, young people need a safe, respectful space to learn.
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Going Beyond Building the School

Caitlin Vaka
March 29, 2018
4 Minute Read
Children in conflict zones arrive at school with needs that are difficult to anticipate and complicated to respond to. How can we make sure education programs do not leave these children behind or, worse, exacerbate the conflict?
A group of young schoolchildren

Fighting Illiteracy with High-Quality Kindergarten

Susan Werner
March 27, 2018
3 Minute Read
By the time children from impoverished backgrounds arrive at school, they are often already lagging behind their peers. What do these children need to level the playing field?

News: Re-Mapping Global Education at #CIES2018


March 23, 2018
2 Minute Read
Chemonics is proud to participate in the 2018 Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, where our education experts will share lessons learned and innovations with others in global education.
A teacher works with a student during a lesson.

The Problem with Teacher Observation

Susan Werner
February 15, 2018
4 Minute Read
Teachers need feedback, but observers are susceptible to bias and may not be able to tell if students are learning. How can we improve teacher observation? Expert Susan Werner discusses solutions.

What It Takes to Beat the Odds

Rhett Gurian
August 31, 2017
3 Minute Read
For two first graders in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where a quarter of the population is illiterate, being able to write a sentence on the board is an important step in the right direction.