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Publications and Research

  1. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 22 January 2018

    Measuring breadth of learning in Zambian primary schools

    This survey investigated the breadth of learning opportunities available in selected Zambian Primary Schools.

    Measuring breadth of learning in Zambian primary schools
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 22 January 2018

    Breadth of Learning: Assessment of the Breadth of learning Opportunities in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya

    This report is based on a partnership project with Brookings in which Education International worked with the KNUT on a secondary school survey and ZNUT on a primary school survey to investigate the breadth of learning opportunities available in state schools.

    Breadth of Learning: Assessment of the Breadth of learning Opportunities in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya
  3. Fighting the commercialisation of education 11 August 2017

    Partnership Schools for Liberia: a critical review

    This report reviews and analyses documents related to the Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) pilot.

    Partnership Schools for Liberia: a critical review
  4. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 10 August 2017

    We The Educators

    The objective of this literature review was exploratory in nature, and because of the depth of the literature (both academic and non-academic) available on standardisation, personalisation and privatisation, this review focuses primarily on scholarly articles and books published in the past decade.

    We The Educators
  5. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 9 August 2017

    Spotlight-Cashing in on SDG 4

    Education International's Antonia Wulff explains that the sustainable development goal 4 could be summarised as more education of a better quality for all, and that quality and equity must be at the centre of the 2030 Agenda.

    Spotlight-Cashing in on SDG 4
  6. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 12 July 2017

    Organising teaching: Developing the power of the profession

    The challenges that face teachers often look very similar around the world. Global league tables are often behind the relentless pressure to drive test scores up, whilst the forces of global economic competition explain a race to the bottom on teachers’ working conditions. Teachers experience ever rising workloads, but perhaps...

    Organising teaching: Developing the power of the profession
  7. Fighting the commercialisation of education

    Investing in the crisis: Private participation in the education of Syrian refugees

    Francine Menashy, Zeena Zakharia

    14 April 2017

    While education in emergencies has risen as a policy priority in the mandates of international organizations (Menashy and Dryden-Peterson, 2015), the share of total overseas development assistance to education has declined sharply in recent years, with funding persistently low in conflict-affected states (UNESCO, 2015; 2016).

    Investing in the crisis: Private participation in the education of Syrian refugees
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