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.”
Advancing quality education in Nigeria: a consultation hosted by Aid for Rural Education Access Initiative
As part of the conclusion of Aid for Rural Education Access Initiative’s (AREAi) consultation, participants stressed that “government agencies must be created to monitor the distribution, allocation and utilization of funding” for education.
For their Education Commission consultation, Local Youth Corner Cameroon brought together more than 100 students and civil society leaders representing over 20 sub-Saharan African countries.
Months of feedback during the Education Commission consultation period yielded 138 meetings held in more than 80 countries across 6 continents. Read the consultation summary note and some featured consultations here.
Improving education for a better world: perspectives from international students studying in the U.S.
Citing different education challenges and strategies, Edmonds Community College consultation participants joined in agreeing “education is the single most important thing in changing someone’s life, enriching the broader community, and bringing hope for a better world.”
Reflecting on the outcomes of the Oslo Commission meeting, Commissioner Baela Raza Jamil discusses securing the promise of universal education and how the Education Commission hopes to rise to that challenge.
Five questions and answers from the Education Commission consultation at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific expert meeting on school finance
Bringing together 47 attendees from 12 countries, the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Expert Meeting on School Finance explored the Education Commission’s consultation questions ranging from education financing to technology in the classroom.
Olav Hereid Seim, the Education Policy Director in the Global Initiatives Section at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reflects on the 2016 Oslo Education Week, recommendations for the Education Commission and the need to leave no one behind in education.
Reducing the financial barriers to quality education in Ghana: Consultations on global education financing
Drawing upon their consultation findings, the VIAM Africa Centre for Education & Social Policy explains why governments must expand education financing.