Supporting countries in planning for early childhood education
Register for a new massive open online course on mainstreaming early childhood education into education plans.
September 27, 2019 by GPE Secretariat|
This UNICEF-funded mobile kindergarten in Janjin Bagh, Erdenetsogt Soum, Mongolia provides quality, complementary early learning for over 23 children from the area's nomadic, herder community.

Co-organized by UNESCO, UNICEF, and GPE and hosted on the IIEP-UNESCO virtual campus, the new massive open online course (MOOC) aims to demonstrate how to improve early childhood education (ECE) by ensuring that it is a core component of education sector planning.

The course will also teach participants how to analyze the current state of ECE in their country, how to develop policies and programs, how to cost and finance them, as well as how to support their implementation with support of an education plan. 

The MOOC is offered in English and will run over five weeks from October 28 to November 29, 2019, preceded by an introduction starting on October 23.

Register for this free MOOC

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This a program will definitely give us a leverage to support our future generations success. Thanks very much, TOS

This is coming at a time for my back to school project in Northern Nigeria. Thanks to your team.

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