How can we sustainably increase domestic financing of public education systems to enable developing country governments to achieve SDG4?

This blog was written by Dr. Maria Ron Balsera, Tax and Education Alliance Coordinator, ActionAid, ahead of a session at the UKFIET Conference on 16 September 2021 12:30-14:00pm titled Financing Education: Foreign Aid? Domestic Tax? The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have been disastrous, particularly in terms of health and in economic...

Accelerated Secondary Education as an Alternative to Returning to School: A case study from South Sudan

This article was written by David Masua, Ian Leggett and Rodrick Hicks, Windle Trust International (WTI). The Covid-19 pandemic led governments across the world to close schools for many months as one measure to control the spread of the virus. Millions of children were affected by these school closures, and their prolonged duration has prompted...

Learning at the Bottom of the Pyramid (LBOP): Gateway to Sustainable Development

This blog was written by Daniel A. Wagner, University of Pennsylvania; Moses Oketch, UCL Institute of Education; and Rachel Hinton, Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office. The authors will be leading a symposium at the UKFIET Conference on 13 September 2021, 14:45-16:15 titled Learning at the bottom of the pyramid: What’s new and what...

Build Forward Better: how to prepare now to respond more effectively to crises’ impact on education

This article was written by Bushra Zulfiqar, Global Education Director & Emma Wagner, Head of Education Policy & Advocacy, Save the Children. It was originally published on the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report’s World Education Blog on 6 September 2021. “Because we dream of a better future, because we want to succeed, we want your...

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