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.
Calling upon their extensive experience as an investment advisor and asset manager dedicated to improving educational outcomes, Education Global Fund explains why an investment thesis rooted in expanded learning outcomes and life chances for children works.
Many countries do not account for children with disabilities in the budgeting for mainstream schooling. Writing on behalf of the International Disability and Development Consortium Inclusive Education Task Group, Polly Meeks and Aletheia Bligh Flower explain what needs to change.
As part of Handicap International’s consultation report, Julia McGeown and Colin Low make the case for optimizing the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the classroom to help empower learners with disabilities.
As part of their consultation report, Education for All Campaign Network-The Gambia (EFANet) examines in this blog post the education situation in the Gambia and necessary steps to ensure required financing and equitable learning.
Recognizing the challenges of education in Pakistan – with a focus on funding, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) held three rounds of global consultations on behalf of the Education Commission.
The window of opportunity to participate in an Education Commission Consultation is open until May 15. Participate now!