Together, EI and the Education Commission have highlighted the following seven key areas where the report supports and addresses the needs of teachers:
Reform for Results
The Commission offers sobering diagnosis and bold, concrete recommendations about how global education financing should and can be increased and deployed. This report should be treated as a once-in-a-generation roadmap to set global education on the right path.
Using their home country as an education financing case study, the Pakistan Coalition for Education concludes that “when it comes to improving the quality of education in developing countries, political will is the most important factor.”
Following their consultation report, Professor Heikki Lyytinen at the University of Jyväskylä explains why teachers need to have “the right training for teaching literacy in local African languages.”
Advocating for a global education ecosystem “comprised of new partnerships between bilateral and multilateral donors, the philanthropic community, and global organizations” is Wendy Kopp, the CEO and Co-Founder of Teach For All and Founder of Teach For America.
Commissioner Teopista Birungi Mayanja reports back on lessons learned from the International Conference on More and Better Investment in Global Education organized by the Korea Development Institute (KDI) and the Education Commission.
Writing for the Education Commission, Wendy Kopp, CEO and Co-Founder of Teach For All and Founder of Teach For America, tells us why “in schools, education systems, advocacy, government—we should be focused on identifying, developing, and supporting the leaders who will accelerate our progress towards achieving inclusive and equitable education by 2030.”