Education is everyone's business.
We must recognize the power of cross-sectoral collaboration to rewire education and unlock win-win solutions for people and planet.
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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Commission Chair Gordon Brown and ED Liesbet Steer address first ministerial meeting of the School Meals Coalition in Helsinki
Education Commission ED Dr. Liesbet Steer participated in the first ministerial meeting of the School Meals Coalition (SMC) on October 14, hosted by the Government of Finland in Helsinki.
Every classroom requires a few basic things to function: a teacher, learning materials, and a safe environment for students to learn. All classrooms exist in different contexts and all learners build their knowledge and skills in different ways.
In Sierra Leone, teachers in rural areas struggle to access meaningful opportunities for professional development due to their distance from teacher training colleges, limited understanding of English language, and lack of school-based communities of practice.
Millions of children are falling behind in their education as a result of the pandemic, malnutrition, and poverty. But with well-designed and properly financed school meals programs…
For every child to learn, they must feel welcome in their classroom, no matter their ability, background, culture, or religion. It is a teacher’s responsibility to create inclusive and engaging learning environments, but they cannot do this alone. To develop these skills, teachers need to have access to professional development…
World leaders, policymakers, development partners, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) among others gathered at the UN Headquarters last week for the Transforming Education Summit..
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.
Read our impact report: The Education Commission: Creating a Learning Generation | Our Journey, Our Impact 2016-2021