Tag Archives | School leadership

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The world post-COVID-19 might be the world pre-Incheon – or even pre-Dakar

This blog was written by Sheldon Shaeffer, Chair of the Board of Directors, Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC). It was originally published on the ARNEC website and the Global Education Monitoring Report World Education Blog on 20 May 2020. Post-Covid-19, the world will not be the same for a very long time. Life […]

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Voices from the front lines of Education

This blog was written by Opportunity EduFinance and originally published on the Opportunity EduFinance website on 7 May 2020. As schools remain closed across the globe due to COVID-19, Opportunity EduFinance is listening to school leaders on the front lines of education. This week, we interviewed five school leaders participating in our Education Quality program, asking them how […]

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Teachers, the school principal and the village chief meet to discuss school finances and priorities. Khokkham Primary School, Pak Ou District, Lao PDR. GPE / Kelley Lynch

3 recommendations to support school leaders during the coronavirus pandemic

This blog was written by Sameer Sampat and Azad Oommen, Global School Leaders and originally published on the Global Partnership for Education website on 4 May 2020. Whether they are called headmasters, principals or directors, school leaders play an important motivating and coordinating role in education systems’ COVID-19 responses. Here are our recommendations to support […]

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School systems are changing, and school leadership has a vital role to play

This blog was written by Charlotte Jones, Global Head of R&D at Education Development Trust. It was first published on 17th February 2020 on the Education Development Trust website and reposted here with permission. Attending the Education World Forum (EWF), I’ve been really inspired by discussions on the future of the education workforce. There is […]

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