With the Transforming Education Summit coming up in New York, urgency for action is high. We were far from achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4—to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all—even before the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out 20 years of education gains.
Apr 19, 2022
On 7th April 2022, UNESCO organised a webinar in partnership with Promundo and The Commonwealth Secretariat to launch the new report: ‘Leave no child behind: Global report on boys’...
Apr 4, 2022
England’s school system has undergone a radical transformation since 2010 with thousands of schools transferred into the control of private organisations called academy trusts. These are hybrid organisations – not-for-profit private trusts subject to company law which receive state funding but operate via a contract with central government, rather than…
Limits to growth for non-state actors in education: Reflections on the Global Education Monitoring Report 2021/22
Mar 1, 2022
The latest 2021/22 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report is a must-read for those with an interest in sustainable education and development. It brings together in one place a thoughtful, comprehensive and critical collection of insights into how education systems have been evolving with respect to Non-State Providers (NSPs).
Jan 12, 2022
See also the Call for Expressions of Interest 2023 GEM Report on technology. Deadline 28 January 2022. The 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report, published by UNESCO, will focus on...
Oct 25, 2021
This blog was written by Keith M Lewin, Emeritus Professor of International Education and Development, University of Sussex. Advocacy from the UN system for action on climate change is...