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Critical Case Insights from Mali : Strengths and Opportunities for Education Reform in the Midst of Crisis

ACADEMIC LEARNING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ACADEMIC PROGRESS ACCESS FOR GIRLS ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION ACCESS TO SCHOOLING ACCESS TO SCHOOLS ADULTS ARMED CONFLICT AUTONOMY BASIC EDUCATION CHILD LABOR CLASSROOM CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CLASSROOMS COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN EDUCATION COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY SCHOOL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS COMMUNITY TEACHERS COMPLETION RATES CURRICULUM CURRICULUM DELIVERY DEMAND FOR EDUCATION DROPOUT RATES EARLY GRADES EDUCATION COMMUNITY EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION EXPERIENCES EDUCATION INITIATIVES EDUCATION OUTCOMES EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION PROGRAMS EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION REFORMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION STRATEGIES EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE LEARNING EMPLOYMENT ENROLLMENT RATES FAMILY LIFE GENDER GENDER INEQUALITY GER GLOBAL EDUCATION GRADE LEVELS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO HEAD TEACHERS HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HIGHER GRADE INCLUSION INCOME GENERATION INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INTERNSHIPS LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION LEADERSHIP LEARNING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES LEARNING TIME LIVELIHOOD SKILLS MANUALS MENTAL HEALTH MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MOVEMENT NATIONAL EDUCATION NO ACCESS TO EDUCATION NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS NUTRITION OCCUPATIONS OPEN SCHOOLS OPPORTUNITIES FOR EDUCATION PARENTS EDUCATION PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION PARTICIPATION IN SCHOOLS PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES PEER REVIEW PEER SUPPORT PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING PRIMARY COMPLETION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION COMPLETION PRIMARY LEVELS PROBLEM SOLVING PUBLIC POLICIES PUBLIC SCHOOL QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY LEARNING QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF TEACHERS QUALITY TEACHING REFUGEES REGULAR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RESEARCHERS SAFETY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS SCHOOL BUDGETS SCHOOL CANTEENS SCHOOL CLASSES SCHOOL DROP SCHOOL DROPOUTS SCHOOL FEEDING SCHOOL HOURS SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL MAINTENANCE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MATERIALS SCHOOL MEALS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SCHOOL SCHEDULE SCHOOL SERVICES SCHOOL STAFF SCHOOL STUDENTS SCHOOL SUPPORT SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOL · COMMUNITY SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS SCHOOLS SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS SCHOOL­ COMMUNITY SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVICE TRAINING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SKILLS TRAINING SOCIAL COHESION SOCIAL COMPETENCE SOCIAL SKILLS SOCIETY STUDENT DROPOUT STUDENT LEARNING TEACHER TEACHER MOTIVATION TEACHER PREPARATION TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING FORCE TEACHING JOB TEACHING-LEARNING TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL SKILLS TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRAINING FOR TEACHERS TRAINING SERVICES TRANSPORTATION UNIVERSITIES VIOLENCE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE FAMILIES VULNERABLE GROUPS WORTH YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Mali
2015-01-05T17:44:34Z | 2015-01-05T17:44:34Z | 2014-06

The education resilience assessment for Mali was conducted within a wider programmatic study and technical assistance framework, Mali: impact of the crisis on social sectors. The broad assessment and action plan supported by this framework crosses the education, health, and social protection sectors. This assessment introduces a resilience lens to identify both the risks brought about or accentuated during the recent political and security crisis in the country, and the community and institutional assets that have helped displaced and host communities cope with it. This focus on risks and assets is fundamental to a resilience approach, and are indeed interrelated. In education resilience, the author's stress how the education system protects and fosters the assets of local school actors, but resilience also suffuses the institutional level, contributing to the policies, programs, and resources that address the protection and educational development needs of students. In this Mali education resilience study, the education communities of interest are those displaced from the north, due to the 2012 political and security crisis, and those in the south hosting them. However, the authors also extrapolate lessons learned for the overall education system of Mali. This study benefitted from the resilience (RES)-360°, a rapid mixed-methods assessment methodology focused on resilience. Together, the qualitative interviews and the perception survey also identified those education services that were considered most relevant to protect host and displaced communities and foster longer-term education reforms. This report has four chapters. Chapter one presents the data collected from participating school actors about the risks they faced as a result of the crisis and the assets they used to cope. Chapter two extrapolates some of the implications of these risks and assets for school-based management structures and programs in Mali. Chapter three presents some initial recommendations for aligning relevant education policies and programs in Mali with a resilience-based approach. Chapter four briefly guides the reader to additional relevant research questions and topics that can further support the education reform process in Mali.

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