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Largest learning gains among Nobel Prize-winner confirms

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A Nobel Prize-winning economist has confirmed ‘learning gains are among the largest ever measured by schools in any major study in emerging markets.
The study, led by Professor Michael Kremer2019 Nobel Prize Winner, 53% more learning to receive underserved communities of living NewGlobe Supported schools throughout their early childhood and primary education compared to other schools.
The findings were made by Professor Kremer at The Education World Forum and suggest a potential solution learning poverty.
In replicated across public education systems, the gains would put African children on the underserved communities and track peer-to-peer or match peers in countries with incomes four times higher.
The groundbreaking study finds using children New Globe’s methods They are three times more likely to be read at age seven. The World Bank estimates 90% of 10 year olds in Africa can’t read.
The most disadvantaged students gain the most. Girls make the same learning leap as boys.
NewGlobe delivers a standard deviation increase of 1.35 in pre-primary learning and 0.81 in primary learning, easily outperforming the top 1% of learning gains in emerging markets.
The results are an affirmation of NewGlobe’s integrated learning system – used by governments across Africa and South Asia to support over a million students today and growing year-on-year.
The two-year study is based on a large-scale randomized control trial of more than 10,000 students in low socioeconomic backgrounds in Kenya.

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