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Education and Resilience in Crisis

Challenges and Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa

Edited by Mary Mendenhall, Gauthier Marchais, Yusuf Sayed and Neil Boothby

Published

Jul 1, 2024

Page count

192 pages

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Bristol Studies in Comparative and International Education

ISBN

978-1529234695

Dimensions

203 x 127 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Jul 1, 2024

Page count

192 pages

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Bristol Studies in Comparative and International Education

ISBN

978-1529234701

Dimensions

203 x 127 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press
Education and Resilience in Crisis

Neil Boothby is a Professor and Director of the Global Center for the Development of the Whole Child at the University of Notre Dame.

Gauthier Marchais is a Fellow for the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex.

Mary Mendenhall is an Associate Professor of International and Comparative Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Yusuf Sayed is Professor of Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge.

1. Introduction - Mary Mendenhall, Gauthier Marchais, Yusuf Sayed, and Neil Boothby

2. The Teaching and Learning Experiences of Teachers and Learners in Ethiopia and Somalia – Yusuf Sayed, Bang Chuol, Jal Paul, Abdi Rahman, Muctar Hersi, Aditi Desai, Ashika Sharma, Massimo Alone, Fisehatsion Afework, Farzana Bardai and Nimi Hoffmann

3. Teacher’s Well-Being and Resilience in Contexts of Violent Conflict: Lessons from the Drc and Niger – Gauthier Marchais, Cyril Brandt, Samuel Matabishi, Pierre Marion, Diego De La Fuente Stevens, Sweta Gupta, Jean-Benoît Falisse, Dieudonné Kanyerhera

4. Rethinking Accelerated Learning Programs – Abigail L. Mills, Neil Boothby, Ygal Sharon and Shukran Salvatory

5. Eacher and Learner Well-Being Amidst Displacement in South Sudan and Uganda – Mary Mendenhall, Danielle Falk and Daniel Shephard

6. Conclusion - Mary Mendenhall, Gauthier Marchais, Yusuf Sayed, and Neil Boothby