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reports on Education

Total Reports 57

New Research Report
Evaluation of School Nutrition Programme of BRACand Banchte Shekha: Learning from a Pilot Project
July - 2014
A pilot school nutrition programme (SNP) sanctioned by the government of
Bangladesh (GoB) in May/June 2012 was jointly launched by Dubai Care and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) with an aim to improve students‟ learning in school, improve school attendance, reduce dropout and improve nutrition and hygiene practices among the students.........
New Research Report
School Nutrition Programme of BRAC and Banchte Shekha: Midline Report
Rifat Afroze and Md. Moslem Uddin Mia
May - 2014
This study is a process evaluation of School Nutrition Programme (SNP) which assesses the programme implementation process and analyzes the effectiveness of its operations and service delivery. Four issues were considered for exploration: monitor community engagement and their activities, observe health and hygiene practices at home and school, look at the procurement and supply the system and determine the amount of served food and its nutrient compositions. Like the baseline, this study also collected data from two implementing organizations-BRAC and Banchte Shekha.......
New Research Report
An Assessment of BRAC Pre-primary Schools Environment
Samir Ranjan Nath, Samsad Afrin, Utpal Mallick, Durdana Nahid and Israt Jahan
February - 2014
This is the first attempt to assess environment of BRAC pre-primary schools through an internationally recognized scale called Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS-R). A slight modification of the scale was done before use. Although it is entirely a quantitative instrument, notes were taken during observations so that qualitative explanations of situations could be provided. Data were gathered from 48 randomly selected schools located in various parts of the country, which were observed twice in July and in September 2012. ..............................
School Nutrition Programme of BRAC and Banchte Shekha: A Baseline Report
Rifat Afroze, Md. Moslem Uddin Mia, Md. Saiful Islam Majumder
October - 2013
The study aims to portray the elementary situation in terms of basic education and nutritional features which might create some impact as a result of this initiative. BRAC is implementing the programme in a rural and an urban areas and Banchte Shekha in a rural area. It is a one year programme – started on May/June 2012 and is expected to end on August 2013. BRAC serves 3,614 students of 23 schools in rural area and 8,444 students of 57 schools in urban area, and Banchte Shekha serves 6,208 students of 22 schools.
Promoting Social and Emotional Learning in BRAC Primary Schools
Rifat Afroze, Durdana Nahid, Abdur Rahman
November - 2012
BRAC Education Programme took a scheme on a pilot basis to improve social and emotional skills among the students of BRAC primary schools. The aim was to make the learners more social and shaping their behaviour and thoughts in a positive way. After 10 months of programme implementation, this study was undertaken to see the classroom situation level. Several aspects of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) was already included in regular BRAC curriculum.
How Far BRAC Primary Schools Admit Students Following the Set Criteria?
Rifat Afroze
September - 2012
BRAC primary school model was developed to take education at the doorstep of poor people. A number of criteria for eligibility in BRAC schools were set so that admissions of poor children are ensured. Recently the programme organizers (POs) have been facing difficulty to follow the 25 years old criteria. This is mostly because of Bangladeshs improvement in school enrolment and poverty status. Analyzing data on the BRAC school students who enrolled in 2010 along with the findings of previous studies on the same and the Education Watch and other relevant studies, this study found that the claim of the POs is mostly true.
Computer -aided Learning and Mentoring for Improvement of Teaching Quality: an Assessment of BRAC Interventions
Nazia Sharmin, Goutam Roy
September - 2012
BRAC launched computer-aided learning (CAL) in six and mentoring project in five rural secondary schools with financial support from the ministry of education. Both were piloted for one year. This study aims to explore the changes occurred due to implementation of the above. Various qualitative techniques were used. The teachers and students were found convinced that the initiatives were helpful in improving the quality of teaching and learning in their schools. They noticed some of the initial changes that occurred at the classroom level.
Assessment of Social and Emotional Skills of BRAC Staff
Rifat Afroze
February - 2012
BRAC Learning Division (BLD) has been assigned to design a training programme on social and emotional needs of an individual. Before doing so it is essential to assess those needs. As such this study was undertaken to assess the social and emotional intelligence of BRAC staff. The data were collected from 174 randomly selected staff of BRAC head office (level 9-14, equally distributed by sex) through survey and group interviews.....
Reflection of Classwise Attainable Competencies at Primary Level: An Analysis of BRAC Text Books
Noton chandra Dutta, Rifat Afroze, Shek Ruhul Amin
October - 2008
This study aimed to explore the reflection of attainable competencies in mathematics textbooks at primary level developed by BRAC...
Reflection of Classwise Attainable Competencies at primary Level: An Analysis of NCTB Mathmatics Textbooks
Noton Chandra Dutta, Rifat Afroze, Shek Ruhul Amin
October - 2008
This study aimed to explore the reflection of attainable competencies in mathematics textbooks at primary level developed by National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB)...
 
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