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Ensuring learning continuity for every African child in the time of COVID-19

This blog was written by Adedeji Adeniran, Director of Education (Governance Research) and Senior Fellow, Center for the Studies of The Economies of Africa. It was originally published on the Brookings Education Plus Development website on 4 June 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, over 250 million primary and secondary children are out of school […]

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Learning equity during the coronavirus: Experiences from Africa

This blog was written by Salman Asim, Senior Economist, Shelby Frances Carvalho, Consultant, and Ravinder Gera, Consultant, World Bank Group. It was originally published on the World Bank Education for Global Development on June 03, 2020. Nearly all countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have closed schools to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Closures in […]

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Ideas of space and place in post-colonial contexts in Africa

This blog was written by Eva Bulgrin, a doctoral researcher at the Centre of International Education, University of Sussex and works as a freelance consultant in the areas of education, governance and migration in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Caucasus. Her doctoral research examines the discursive and social practices of actors involved in the delivery of […]

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Summary of UKFIET 2019 Opening Speech by Ghana’s Deputy Minister for Education – Told in Tweets

For the September 2019 conference, we were pleased to have as our opening keynote speaker, the Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, Deputy Minister for Education in Ghana. Dr Adutwun spoke about Ghana’s journey to an inclusive education system. He has played a significant role in transforming this system, drawing on his vast knowledge and experience […]

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