Author: Education in Crisis and Conflict Network
Full Citation: Education in Crisis and Conflict Network (2019). ECCN Safer Learning Environments Assessment Toolkit. Washington, DC: USAID
Through its Education Policy, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) committed to work with partners to ensure that children and youth, particularly the most marginalized and vulnerable, have increased access to quality education that is safe, relevant, and promotes social well-being. Having data to assess the extent to which a learning environment is safe or unsafe—and what are the particular risks that are determining that extent—is critical for program design, adaptation, and implementation. Multiple types of data can serve specific purposes, and this toolkit allows users to conduct a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods exercise, depending on their particular needs.This SLE Assessment Toolkit replaces and significantly builds upon the ECCN SLE Qualitative Assessment Toolkit by providing guidance for both. Click here for Tools and Resource Annexes.