The Challenge: Government and non-state sector actors are focused on developing strong, sustainable systems that support improved outcomes in education. However, systems strengthening is a complex business with implementation challenges. These actors may have access to global guidance and foundational evidence on what needs to be done, but are less likely to have access to practical “how-to” knowledge that can help them make faster progress toward their goals.
Our Approach: TEP Centre leverages on the technical expertise of the organisation through the TEP Learning Academy (TEPLA) to develop the capacity of these sector actors to systematically share, adapt, and produce innovative ideas that enable all stakeholders to tackle these practical yet complex challenges. The LEARNigeria Remedial Programme (LRP) is an assessment driven programme that facilitates learning through structured activities that lead to the development of children’s basic competencies.
Our Results: We have been able to establish structured learning systems that is helping education stakeholders – policy makers, administrators, teachers, etc. – to strategically develop sustainable ways of improving learning outcomes in the education sector.