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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. From local and national to internationally-comparable data on learning Since the advent of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), there has been a heated debate on how to track […]

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Photo: Girls’ school in Kasur, TEACh project, 2015

Challenges and opportunities for Pakistan education systems in the COVID-19 response

This blog was written by Rabea Malik, Assistant Professor at the School of Education, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and Research Fellow at the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS) in Pakistan. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on […]

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The COVID-19 crisis and educational inequality

This article was written by Professor Anna Vignoles (Professor of Education, University of Cambridge) and Professor Simon Burgess (Professor of Economics, University of Bristol). This article was originally commissioned and published by the Campaign for Social Science as part of its Covid-19 programme. It was originally published on the Campaign for Social Science website on […]

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Post COVID-19 and SDG4: Window of Opportunity or of Opportunism?

This NORRAG Debates: Philanthropy in Education is contributed by Alexandra Draxler, Senior Advisor at NORRAG and Former Education Specialist at UNESCO. She discusses the potentially devastating effect of COVID-19 on SDG4, pointing out that it is up to civil society institutions to ensure that decision – makers make education a priority. This article was originally […]

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Tackling inequity in education during and after COVID-19

This blog was written by Hanna Alasuutari, Global Thematic Lead of Inclusive Education and Education Specialist in the Education Global Practice of the World Bank. It was originally published on the World Bank Education for Global Development blog on 20 April 2020. Learning has been disrupted for more than 1.5 billion children and youth by […]

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