Lessons from Syria: Improving Education amid Conflict
Integrity was recently featured in the Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC) newsletter article “Lessons from Syria: Improving Education amid Conflict”, written by Elizabeth Mohan.
The article describes Integrity’s work on Education in Syria. Integrity recently conducted a ten-month study examining how teacher practices and learning spaces influence child learning and wellbeing. Commissioned by DFID, the study represented the first large-scale research since the start of the conflict, and assessed teacher practice and behavior, the nature of the learning environment, and their effects on child learning and wellbeing against existing standards from the Education in Crisis and Conflict (EICC) community.
We invite you to read the entire article in the SBAIC newsletter here.
To find out more about our work on Education in Syria, read our briefing note here.