ECCN is proud to announce the release of its new Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA) Toolkit. The RERA Toolkit is a highly adaptable situation analysis that examines the education sector, learners, and their communities as a dynamic system of multiple contextual risks and assets.

Access the new toolkit and related resources on ECCN’s RERA web page and engage in Q&A and discussion on ECCN’s RERA forum.

Recent News Items

The ICT Checklist for Education in Crisis and Conflict is here!

In collaboration with INEE’s task team, ECCN is pleased to announce the launch of the  ICT Checklist for Education in Crisis and Conflict.

Get a first look at this informative checklist, learn all the details and how it might apply to your work, and engage in a Q&A session by joining our webcast on Wednesday, August 29 from 9 – 10 a.m. (EDT). RSVP requested.

Check out the ECCN event page for more information and  RSVP  by no later than Monday, August 27 to obtain login information. 

ECCN Invites Pilot Testers and Collaborators

Three unique opportunities for ECCN members interested in piloting new tools or becoming a collaborator:

(A) ECCN is looking for partners to pilot its innovative Safer Learning Environments (SLE) Quantitative Assessment Toolkit, which helps identify the most significant risks to safer learning. ECCN will provide in-country training and (virtual) technical assistance from ECCN’s Research Manager Gwen Heaner. If you have any questions or would like to pilot the toolkit, please email Gwen Heaner. For more information about the qualitative toolkit, which compliments the quantitative one, click here.

(B) If you are knowledgeable about Conflict Sensitive Education or improved monitoring of EiCC programs, ECCN welcomes your input on its draft list of Conflict Sensitive Education Indicators as well as the draft of the ECCN/Education Equity Research Initiative for Access and Retention: Guidance for Practitioners in Crisis and Conflict-Affected Contexts. Please contact ECCN’s Protocols and Metrics Specialist Daniel Lavan.

(C) Partner with ECCN to disseminate your work! If you are working on a new tool or resource or are looking to field-test or publicize research you are conducting in the next twelve months, ECCN invites you to submit an application for its Partner Initiatives by August 10, 2018.

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