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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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ODI Symposium – What works: Country case studies of education progress

Significant progress has occurred globally in the past decades across the education sector. ODI, as part of the Development Progress project, is conducting a series of case studies on countries with improved development outcomes, including in education. Our two session symposium will review findings of these studies, with discussion centred on lessons for implementation toward […]

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Education goals: third time’s the charm?

There’s been much buzz in the global education world of late, with recent events being billed as a kind of ‘final sprint to 2015’. Last week was the high-level Learning for All Ministerial Meeting, focused on accelerating progress among eight developing countries that are home to nearly half the world’s 61 million out-of-school children. Linked […]

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Proposals on Education Post-2015: Lots of ambition but mind the gaps

This week we launched ODI’s new Future Development Goals Tracker. This is an exciting tool for post-2015 watchers, since it brings all the proposals for future goals together in one place and allows you to search for what’s been said in your areas of interest. We’ll be putting out more analysis soon to help make […]

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