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Measuring the Immeasurable: an exercise in futility?

This blog was written by David Levesque, Independent Education Adviser and ex-DFID Senior Adviser. Why are we trying to measure the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in particular, the education goal, SDG4 – Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all? Sitting by the beach and pondering on Kenneth King’s […]

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Education, Poverty and Global Goals for Gender Equality

CEID SEMINAR SERIES – 2017/18 – SEMINAR 1 Education, Poverty and Global Goals for Gender Equality Book Launch and Discussion October 26th 2017, 5.30-7pm, UCL Institute of Education, Jeffery Hall, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL   Speakers Professor Elaine Unterhalter, UCL Institute of Education Dr Amy North, UCL Institute of Education   The Centre for […]

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Are we on track to achieving inclusive education for all?

Day 2 plenary of UKFIET conference 2017: Told in Tweets Pauline Rose, Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre, University of Cambridge and President of BAICE Following the physical dance introduction to the plenary session, Pauline provided a visual storytelling of comparative evidence of educational outcomes which brought us to today’s SDGs. She stressed […]

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Interview on sub-theme: Assessing Teaching and Learning for Sustainable Development

Interview with Rhiannon Moore Co- convenor for sub-theme on Assessing Teaching and Learning for Sustainable Development What excites you about this sub-theme? Following the media storm around the PISA and TIMSS results which came out in late 2016, I’m particularly excited to see submissions for this theme which look at the opportunities and challenges of […]

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A Post-2015 Skills Sub-Goal: Confusion still Reigns

The most recent UKFIET-DfID discussion on Post-2015 goals for education, co-convened and hosted by ODI, well captured the richness of the challenges inherent in the larger project of getting education into the goals and sub-goals and protecting the far larger set of educational concerns that cannot be contained within these goals. However, I was struck […]

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