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The National Education Week (NEW) that took place in Accra, Ghana, in early August was the occasion for the country to engage stakeholders in reviewing the performance of the education sector, and to collectively devise strategies towards achieving targets. Read what makes the NEW unique among GPE partner countries and the main takeaways from the event.
Quality education data is essential to inform planning and policy decisions by governments and support effective school management; it is also a cornerstone of mutual accountability. This blog explores how good investments in knowledge and innovation can contribute to strengthen data collection systems.
The 2019 High-Level Political Forum was particularly important for education civil society organizations as SDG 4 was reviewed for the first time, along with 5 other goals.
Make your voice heard in the IAEG-SDG Open Consultation for the 2020 Comprehensive Review of the Global Indicator Framework.
The SDGs recognize the crucial role of ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education in the building of a better and more egalitarian world. For the African continent, the time has come to prioritize the crucial role of education, especially inclusive education, in attaining the SDGs by 2030.
Early childhood education is a priority area for GPE’s Knowledge and Innovation Exchange. To ensure more children go to quality preschools in partner countries, solutions targeted to the specific needs of developing countries must be developed and shared.
Education Out Loud, the new GPE fund to support the work of civil society in advocating for education, was born of the need to accelerate progress toward SDG 4: to educate all the world’s children by the year 2030.
On International Youth Day, we thank the countless young people who raise their voices to ensure all children can have a quality education, not matter where they are.
Africa is currently the youngest continent in the world. Over the next few decades, young Africans will play a critical role in the social and economic development of the continent. Ensuring they receive a quality education will be key.