Focusing on India and Pakistan, this project aims to identify which aspects of teaching are most important for improving all children’s learning, and to inform governments on the strategies needed to support children who face multiple disadvantages. The research pays particular attention to children with disabilities who are most likely to be excluded from learning.
Full details of TEACh can be found on the REAL Centre Website.
View the TEACh research instruments here.
Publications (Disability sensitive outputs):
- Bari, F., Malik, R., Rose, P., Singal, N. 2018. Identifying disability in household surveys: Evidence on education access and learning for children with disabilities in Pakistan. Policy Paper No. 18/1. REAL Centre, University of Cambridge.
- Singal, N., 2018. Disability and Data: Need for Numbers and Narratives. Washington Group on Disability Statistics
- Singal, N., Malik, R., 2018. Disability data for effective policy design: reflections from the TEACh project in Pakistan. Washington Disability Group on Disability Statistics
- Somerville, M., 2017. Supporting learner diversity in government schools in Pakistan. UKFIET Conference
- Bari, F., 2017. The Stabilizing Power of School for Children with Disabilities in Pakistan. Open Society Foundations
- Samson, M., Rose, P., 2016. Teaching, learning and disadvantage: from policy to practice.The Impact Initiative, 2016