International aid, Return on investment, Teaching effectiveness, Curriculum implementation, Outcomes of education, Primary education, Multimethod techniques
The Australian Government is supporting the Government of Vanuatu through its Vanuatu Education Support Program (VESP) to undertake long-term education reforms. A key focus of these reforms is the rollout of a new national curriculum in conjunction with the National Language Policy (2012), intended to improve teaching quality and student learning outcomes for students in the primary and early secondary years of education. Part of a multi-year study series, the Education Analytics Service (EAS) is investigating how the VESP is making a difference to these teaching and learning outcomes.
Cassity, Elizabeth; Chainey, Jennie; Cheng, Jacqueline; and Wong, Debbie, "Teacher development multi-year study series. Vanuatu: Interim report 2" (2022).
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