Together, EI and the Education Commission have highlighted the following seven key areas where the report supports and addresses the needs of teachers:
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.
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.
Youth Panelist Martine “Kessy” Ekomo-Soignet writes about the importance of introducing role models into the education system.
Fred Singer, CEO of Echo360 – a student engagement platform used by over 3 million students across the world – tells us about education transformations already underway and others to expect in the future. From the ‘Fitbit’ awareness paradigm to predictive analytics, read about the important trends to watch in the ‘Third Wave’ of education.
Youth Panelist and Teach For India Student Leadership Manager Sanaya Bharucha explains her philosophy, and the work of Teach For India, in securing an excellent education.
Monazza Aslam, an Associate Fellow at IDEAS Pakistan, explains why the “Sustainable Development Goals cannot be achieved without reforming the education workforce and without engaging closely with teachers in the design and implementation of reforms.”
Commissioner Amel Karboul explores the teacher versus technology debate and how best to “harness technology to transform the role of the teacher, and thus transform learning.”