Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning

The Age of Learning Foundation prioritizes monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning. We view monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning as more than just a way to gather program evidence. 

Evaluation is core to the ability of partners to implement the program with fidelity. 

1. MonitoringMonitoring provides the essential “in-the-moment” feedback which partners need to make timely, informed decisions as they strive to keep the program on track towards its objectives. 

2. EvaluationEvaluation provides the external objectivity required to assess the program’s cyclical outcomes and longitudinal impact, both independently and as benchmarked against other interventions. 

3. AccountabilityAccountability enables partners to understand the program’s effect on the experience of agency, equity, inclusion, and engagement of the people involved – everyone from students, families, teachers, school leaders, officials, implementing partners, funders, and Age of Learning Foundation staff and stakeholders. 

4. LearningLearning, through research, publications, and various forms convening, enables partners, and the global education community, to leverage appreciative inquiry to identify the best of what works, what can be replicated, what can be scaled, and what is sustainable. 

Throughout the program implementation process, partners should collaborate and share responsibility for monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning.

The education ministry will have ultimate oversight and ownership over data collected across schools within the government education system. 

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