This study by Mo et al., looked at the factors that influence the effectiveness of ICT as an educational tool in China. Researchers found that a researcher-implemented computer-assisted learning programme for providing remedial English tutoring was more effective in improving student performance in English compared to a government-implemented programme. The study also concluded that a computer-assisted instruction programme that required teachers to provide instructions led to an improvement of English test scores, when compared to only providing the software without teaching support.
Authors of this report estimate the impacts of teacher training programmes aimed at secondary school maths and science teachers on their subject knowledge, teaching practices and student test scores. These training programmes form a key component of the government's efforts to improve quality through the School Sector Development Programme.
Authors of this report evaluate the impact of an intervention that uses a behavioural science approach to increase vaccination coverage in Ethiopia by providing nonmonetary incentives to caregivers and health workers.