Collaborative Change: Leveraging international IDELA partnerships to benefit young children

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Save the Children

Achieving access, equity and quality in early childhood programs is hindered by a lack of robust evidence from implementation research and impact evaluations, knowledge brokering and collaborative partnerships between communities of research, practice and policy.

The International Developmental and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA) developed by Save the Children is a global good which empowers development practitioners to overcome these challenges. IDELA has been established as a reliable measure of early learning and development used in 60 countries around the world by a range of partners.

This report includes case studies from around the world, illustrating how IDELA has leveraged partnerships to benefit young children by enabling practitioners and policymakers to make evidence-based decisions to expand, replicate and improve early childhood programs.

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