It takes a team to educate a child.
The Education Workforce Initiative (EWI) is a concrete step to increase the capacities of teachers and other members of the education workforce to train future generations.
A partnership to unlock more funds
Learn how we are revolutionizing education finance globally through a unique collaboration between the public and private sectors.
Empowering leaders to deliver results
Governments worldwide are striving to provide inclusive, equitable, quality education for all, but many lack an understanding of how they can truly deliver education reform.
Reimagining learning for the future
The Commission is developing a research-into-action initiative that tests and evaluates how teachers can harness the most promising technology solutions such as adaptive learning software
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Education will largely determine whether the radical change of the 2020s will reduce or increase the current inequality of opportunity and wealth that characterizes the world today.
Most of us were happy to see the end of 2020. It was challenging for all of us, and very difficult for some. They say the darkest hour sometimes comes just before the dawn. It is our hope that 2021 can indeed be the beginning of a new dawn, of new hope for the world and the education of our children.
The Education Workforce Initiative (EWI), funded by UK Aid, partnered with Fab Inc. and Sierra Leone’s Teaching Service Commission (TSC) to support strengthening the education workforce. The research and analysis applied a systemic lens across the workforce lifecycle…
From Ontario (Canada) to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), there are untold stories behind many of the recent most impactful and sustainable education reforms. These include middle-tier professionals –school advisors, supervisors, pedagogical coaches, and teacher mentors – who are…
Creating learning teams to #SaveOurFuture: The Girls’ Access to Education (GATE) program in Sierra Leone
The COVID-19 crisis has created extremely challenging circumstances for more than 63 million primary and secondary teachers globally due to massive and extended school closures and now reopenings. Teachers have been rapidly mobilizing and innovating to deliver distance learning…
About the Commission
The Education Commission is a major global initiative engaging world leaders, policymakers, and researchers to develop a renewed and compelling investment case and financing pathway for achieving equal educational opportunity for children and young people.