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Popular Press

Teacher's Voices. (2021, November 16). The Relevance of Parental & Family Engagement in Children's Education. Teacher's Voices Podcast, Episode 10.

National Public Radio (NPR). (2018, June 20). Ghana’s Parent Trap. Rough Translation Podcast, Season 2 Episode 2.


Aizenman, N. (2018, June 19). What We Can Learn From Ghana's Obsession With Preschool. WAER All Things Considered.


National Public Radio (NPR). (2018, May 30). Preschools In Ghana's Capital Challenge Call-And-Response System. Morning Edition.


General News. (2017, October 14). Innovative training programme for KG teachers improves child learning. Ghana Web. 

Hinton, M. (2017, July 24). Study Looks at Link Between Readiness, Post-Recession Rise in Poverty. Education Week.


Downey, M. (2017, July 17). Study: With more U.S. children living in high-poverty neighborhoods, schools will see impact. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 


Rice University. (2017, July 16) More children living in high-poverty neighborhoods following Great Recession. 


Amoah, A.K. (2017, April 4). When 2017 Ghana Education Evidence Summit ends. Ghana Web.


Penn GSE Newsroom (2016, September 19). Sharon Wolf brings expertise in early childhood to Penn GSE, Ghana. 

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Blog posts

Remote data-collection during COVID 19: Thing of the past or the way of the future?

World Bank Blogs.

March 29, 2022

Can remote interventions effectively support parents?

BOLD: Blog of Learning and Development.

January 20, 2022

Children are going hungry, and their futures are on the line. Evidence from Ghana

The Conversation Newsletter.

November 11, 2020

Food insecurity and its consequences for children’s development

BOLD: Blog of Learning and Development.

April 20 2020

Fending off “fadeout”: How do we sustain the gains of early childhood education?

The British Academy Blog. 

September 21, 2018

The perils and promises of listening to parents: Encountering unexpected barriers to improving preschool in Ghana.

BOLD: Blog of Learning and Development.

June 15, 2018 

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