This brief analyzes qualitative evidence to give policy makers a clearer picture of teaching practices in Asia and the Pacific. It highlights the need to improve teaching to tackle the learning crisis, which the pandemic has made worse.
This paper finds that greater use of industrial robots relates significantly to a fall in the employment share of routine manual jobs in high-income economies, but not in emerging market and transition economies.
This paper provides new evidence on the types of inputs that matter to improving educational outcomes. Data from across 69 economies were gathered using a scoring system that attempts to capture quality dimensions.