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This compilation gives brief outlines on a few key reports published in 2018 and 2019 about the state and progress of global education.
A new call for proposals is open from December 9th to January 31st for applications to support transnational advocacy. Education Out Loud’s funding for transnational advocacy promises to open the pathway for better, more effective education advocacy, along with accountability and engagement.
As world leaders gather for the annual Conference of Parties in Madrid, we are reminded that we must reorient education to become a major player in the work and debates around climate action.
Outlining three clear steps, Julia Gillard, writing in her personal capacity, draws a picture of what the global education architecture could be to ensure that all resources and efforts are geared towards addressing and solving the learning crisis.
As we celebrate Universal Children’s Day and the 30-year anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, it’s clear that business as usual won’t solve the learning crisis. Bolder and more ambitious steps are required by all countries to allow all children to exercise their right to education.
Debate on ‘diagnostic tools’ has flourished among a small group of global education actors, prompted by systems research programs like RISE, the World Development Report 2018 and discussions at various events since 2017. This blog summarizes our reflections about education system diagnostics at an opportune moment, as GPE reflects on its new strategic plan.
Introducing the new INEE Guidance Note on Gender.
The SDG 4 Data Digest 2019 explores the data methodologies needed to track progress and better direct policies and resources.
In the lead up to its joint education sector review, the Government of Tanzania organized field visits in six regions of the country. What were some of the key take-aways?