Global Reading Network October Newsletter in Brief: Spotlight on Localization
The October issue of the Global Reading Network (GRN) Newsletter features information, resources, and guidance curated by GRN and the USAID Center for Education. Want to sign up for the full newsletter version and other announcements? Click here.
GRN Spotlight on Localization
- Join the USAID Leading through Learning Global Platform (LTLGP) Regional Hubs
- Check out the LAC Regional Hub page and the Africa Regional Hub page
- Watch the USAID Africa Regional Hub Launch Webinar and the USAID LAC Regional Hub Launch Webinar
- Read the newly published USAID Local Capacity Strengthening Policy
- Review USAID’s Commitment to Advancing Localization
- Learn about USAID Locally Led Partnerships
- Explore the Global Digital Library, a collaboratively developed repository of free, high-quality early grade reading resources in languages that children use and understand
Global Book Alliance Webinar
The Global Book Alliance (GBA) and USAID have developed seven training modules designed to increase participants’ understanding of book supply chain (BSC) challenges and best practices in low and middle-income countries. On December 14, 2022, GBA will host a webinar in which participants will be provided an overview of the modules and information on their intended audience. Information about accessing the modules, either for live training or e-learning, will be shared. Learn more!
2022 mEducation Alliance Symposium
The mEducation Alliance Symposium takes place from November 1-4, 2022, at the United States Institute for Peace in Washington, D.C., and includes a dynamic line-up of presenters and an audience of leading thinkers, activists, and implementers in global education. Learn more!
Research: Beyond Supply: Strategies to Promote Book Use in the Classroom and at Home
This research brief includes promising practices and considerations for promoting book use in schools and at home. The findings also offer essential key insights on how to bridge these two spaces. Read more!
Report: Equity, Inclusion, and Social-Emotional Learning
Guidance Note: Teacher Well-being in Emergency Settings
This guidance document explains how to support teacher well-being across five domains of the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE’s) Minimum Standards for Education to be used in crisis and conflict settings. Read more!
GRN Content Migrating to the EducationLinks Website
In November, all content from the GRN website and the Education in Crisis and Conflict (ECCN) website will migrate to the USAID EducationLinks website. This migration brings multiple benefits to members. While there will still be a dedicated space for curated GRN content, you’ll be able to search and find education resources and events across networks and topic areas all in one interface. New search facets will help you filter content by Learning Network. We’re working hard to get our pages set up and will share our new GRN web address as soon as possible!