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Reflections on Coronavirus: Ten propositions for educational planning and development

This blog was written by Keith Lewin, Emeritus Professor of International Development and Education at the University of Sussex, and Chair of the UKFIET Trustees. It outlines ideas which are developed more fully in the latest edition of Prospects: ‘Contingent reflections on coronavirus and priorities for educational planning and development’, published 26 June 2020. The […]

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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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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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Jenaica, 4, (pink headscarf), and her family read together at home, in Mindanao, Philippines. © SavetheChildren/ Hannah Adcock

Schooling has stopped, but learning must not

This blog was written by Emma Wagner, Education in Emergencies, Policy & Advocacy Adviser, Save the Children. This article is part of a collection of INEE blogs related to the education in emergencies response to COVID-19. This blog was originally published on the INEE website on 9 April 2020. Recommendations for keeping children safe and […]

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