Endline Monitoring and Evaluation of Connecting classroom (Core Skills)
FDM conducted an endline monitoring and evaluation of Connecting Classrooms Project being implemented by the British Council. Connecting Classroom is the British Council’s flagship international education programme, delivered in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID). Connecting Classrooms is a global education programme for schools designed to help young people develop the knowledge, skills and values to live and work in a globalised economy, and make a positive contribution locally and globally. The project was undertaken in Kaski, Jhapa, Surkhet, Palpa and Kathmandu. The overall objective of this assignment was to provide independent monitoring and evaluation with special focus on endline evaluation of Curriculum Mapping and process monitoring of Core skills. More specifically, the assignment was focused on monitoring and evaluation of core skills and curriculum mapping. The main purpose of the in-country endline, monitoring and evaluation assignment therefore was to identify whether the programme addresses the identified problems mentioned in the theory of change (ToC). In addition, it also identify the present situation of primary school teachers and situation after the baseline evaluation. The project started from September 2017.