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Could schools take a cue from the health force? (DevEx)

Could schools take a cue from the health force? (DevEx)

From the article: DUBAI — The Education Commission and the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development have launched a new partnership designed to rethink the “education workforce” in developing countries in order to address the “learning crisis” and the...
Taking the case for education to Davos

Taking the case for education to Davos

By Justin van Fleet, Director of the Education Commission This week, I will travel up the mountains of Switzerland for the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos. The meeting provides a unique glimpse into the challenges world leaders find most urgent, and the...
5 reasons to be optimistic about global education

5 reasons to be optimistic about global education

Education unlocks human potential, enabling children to become healthy, productive adults. It is the key to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals – from ending poverty to promoting peace. That’s why it’s more important than ever to ensure that all children have...
2017 Progress Report: Reflecting on a year’s work

2017 Progress Report: Reflecting on a year’s work

Approximately one ago we launched the breakthrough Learning Generation report. Now we are proud to share an update highlighting our progress. The 2017 Progress Report brings the Commission’s Four Transformations –  improve performance, unlock innovation, ensure...
If we want results, let’s focus on delivery

If we want results, let’s focus on delivery

October, 23 2017 What is the delivery approach? Where does the term come from? The delivery approach is a methodology that supports problem-solving and systematic implementation of projects. The focus is on delivery and getting things done rather than just planning...
Ensuring quality education for all: progressive universalism

Ensuring quality education for all: progressive universalism

In its Learning Generation report, the Education Commission says that successful education systems must reach everyone, including the most disadvantaged and marginalized children. We will not close the learning gap unless leaders take additional steps to include and...