Started in the Fall of 2014, the Embedded Education Research Project team at the Ash Center of the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government has been conducting research on Embedded Education practices. Embedded education is the practice of educating people through encounters they already have within organizations and networks that exist primarily for non-educational purposes. Embedded education is an important innovation in education and governance that has the potential to reach the millions of youth and adults across the globe who otherwise would not have access to continuing education.
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The health education program in Dallas (community) is a program that delivers hypertension prevention education (content) to African-American men (learners), through barbershops (host organizations), while they are having their hair cut or waiting for a haircu...Read More
The Guangxi and Yunnan road construction HIV prevention programs have typical characteristics of Embedded Education. It has the existing infrastructure (host) – the construction companies with direct supervision and support from government agent – the Head Off...Read More
Vulnerable target groups sometimes actively evade the reach of government policy, even if they stand to benefit from public services being offered. Embarrassment about their situation, self-consciousness about personal shortcomings and lack of familiarity wit...Read More