Literacy Boost Belu, Indonesia: Baseline Report 2012

This report shares the results of a baseline literacy assessment conducted with 673 second grade students in 35 schools in Belu, Nusa Tenggara Timor, Indonesia, in July and August, 2012. Students were assessed on their familiarity with basic concepts about print, letter awareness, vocabulary knowledge, reading fluency and accuracy, and comprehension.

Students were also asked background questions designed to collect information about their health, as well as their home socio-economic and literacy environments. In addition, school principals and other school leaders were interviewed about the school context and key data on school facilities and condition were collected.

Published 2014-07-30

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