Author Archive | Pauline Rose

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Transformative political leadership for girls’ education

This article was written by Rebecca Gordon, Research Fellow in Leadership for Inclusive and Democratic Politics at the University of Birmingham, and Pauline Rose, Director of the REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge. It was originally published on the Developmental Leadership Program website on 28 July 2020. Even before the current global pandemic, there […]

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GPE/Deepa Srikantaiah, 2012

More than the sum of its parts: Internationally-comparable citizen-led assessments to ensure no child is left behind

This blog was written by Professor Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. It has also been published on the PAL Network blog website. From local and national to internationally-comparable data on learning Since the advent of the Sustainable Development Goals […]

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Mother and child at Megab Health Center. Hintalo Wajirat woreda, Tigray Region. UNICEF Ethiopia/2019/Mersha

The threat of COVID-19 on Ethiopia’s recent gains in pre-primary education

This blog was written by Janice Kim, Postdoctoral Research Associate and Pauline Rose, Director, REAL Centre, University of Cambridge. Pauline is also International Research Team Lead for the Ethiopia RISE programme. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on […]

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Image Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud

Opinion: The sharp decline in aid to early childhood education is leaving the youngest behind

This blog was written by Pauline Rose, professor of international education at the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, and director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre, and Justin w. van Fleet, president at Theirworld and executive director at the Global Business Coalition for Education. It was originally published […]

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