Additional vetted and organized resources can be found in the INEE Toolkit.
A one-page tool for deciding when to use accelerated education programming.
The second edition of “Response & Resilience” issued by the UNESCO Desk for Education which focuses on the UNESCO’s response to the Syria crisis. It provides an outline of
The lesson/Unit plan is actually designed for Middle School Students at an IB School who study Individuals & Societies, but feel free to edit the details and use some
What role might Accelerated Education play? National education policies often preclude learners from enrolling after a certain age. Additionally, over-age learners who do enrol in formal education systems are found
Aligning your programme with Principles and Action Points The Accelerated Education Programme (AEP) Checklist was created as a tool for programme designers, implementers, evaluators and agencies to use alongside the
With a succinct one-page Accelerated Education Definitions document, the AEWG has clarified the differences between several key terms, including: Accelerated Education, accelerated learning, catch-up programs, remedial programs, and bridging programs.
This Learning Agenda, developed by the Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG), aims to organize and generate evidence to inform strategic planning, project design, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation and in-service
The inter-agency Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) reviewed and distilled a set of global good practices and guidelines for AEPs. This guide helps establish what is considered good practice, and
These 10 principles aim to clarify the essential components of effective accelerated education programmes (AEP). Each principle contains evidence-informed best practices which can be viewed as a series of key actions
In 2016, the AEWG developed 10 Principles for Effective Practice for Accelerated Education and an accompanying Guide to Accelerated Education Principles. Field testing of these two tools was conducted between mid-2016 and