Author: Jo Hindley

Public private partnerships transforming public education systems in Africa

Governments are increasingly using private sector partners to swiftly improve learning at scale across their public education systems, as the [...]

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Education World Forum showcases Bridge

The Education World Forum (EWF) is currently being hosted in London. It’s an annual opportunity for education ministers across the [...]

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Mary Karen

Meet Class 8 teacher Mary Karen from Bridge, Dandora 4. She has been a teacher at Bridge from 2016 to [...]

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Franklin shows how Bridge pupils excel in Nigerian national exam

Sometimes a child from a humble family goes on to become a star. Franklin Adedeji, the unassuming eleven-year-old boy from [...]

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New RCT reveals that Liberia significantly improves primary school learning outcomes in three years 

Overall, learning improved by 0.26 SDs in English and 0.35 SDs in maths; equating to more than a year of [...]

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Three Year RCT In Liberia evidences improved learning outcomes

The Liberian Education Advancement Program (LEAP) is a public private partnership with eight non-state actors designed to improve school management [...]

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Three years on, new study shows government programme has significantly improved learning outcomes

Eighty-one per cent of LEAP students are now proficient or basic readers LEAP students are seven times more likely to [...]

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Bridge graduates get into top secondary schools in Kenya

For those living in communities that Bridge operates in, finishing primary school is considered challenging and attending some of the [...]

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Best of Bridge, 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, we’re looking forward to delivering even more life-changing impact in 2020. As well as [...]

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