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Research

  1. Climate action and literacy

    Fossil Fuel Subsidies: A Briefing for Education Unions

    Zeynep Clulow

    22 November 2023

    This policy brief explores the fossil fuels-education relationship by combining the most comprehensive recent data on fossil fuels from the IMF fossil fuel database with educational performance and potential confounding factors from the World Bank World Development Indicators databases, resulting in a dataset of 1651 observations after omitting country-years with...

    Fossil Fuel Subsidies: A Briefing for Education Unions
    1. Summary
    2. Report
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    The Unintended Consequences of Artificial Intelligence and Education

    Wayne Holmes

    18 October 2023

    This report sets out to provide an analysis of the current state of artificial intelligence and education, including its potential benefits and risks, as well as the role of teachers and teacher trade unionists in ensuring that teaching with and about artificial intelligence is aligned with the principles of social...

    The Unintended Consequences of Artificial Intelligence and Education
    1. Research Paper
    2. Executive Summary
  3. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Access and Use of Teaching and Research Materials from A Copyright Perspective in Fiji and the Philippines

    Dr Dara Dimitrov, Dr Rogena Sterling, Dr Hilary Davis

    28 September 2023

    This study fills the gap created by the lack of research on educators’ perspectives on copyright protected resources in Fiji and the Philippines and identifies the challenges and strategies they undertake when confronted with material protected by copyright law.

    Access and Use of Teaching and Research Materials from A Copyright Perspective in Fiji and the Philippines
    1. Executive summary
    2. Research findings
  4. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Access and Use of Teaching and Learning Materials from a Copyright Perspective in Kenya

    Catherine Nafuna Nandain, Charles Nandain

    28 September 2023

    This report presents the findings of a study conducted in Kenya, focusing on the access and use of teaching, and learning materials from a copyright perspective. The study aimed to identify the teaching materials used in class, strategies to access them, teacher’s knowledge of copyright laws, copyright-related challenges that teachers...

    Access and Use of Teaching and Learning Materials from a Copyright Perspective in Kenya
    1. Research findings
    2. Executive summary
  5. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Higher Education in the International Digital Economy: Effects of Conflicting Copyright Regimes on Cross-Border Teaching

    Patricia Aufderheide, Juliya Ziskina, Kimberly Anastácio

    28 September 2023

    This study investigates how clashing copyright regimes affect the work of cross-border teaching in higher education. It explores constraints on pedagogy both from copyright policies at the national level and from conflicts between regimes internationally. As the recent pandemic demonstrated, and as previous research has shown, pedagogy requires flexibility that...

    Higher Education in the International Digital Economy: Effects of Conflicting Copyright Regimes on Cross-Border Teaching
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  6. Equity and inclusion

    Chemical attacks on female students in Iran

    7 July 2023

    This research examines the sexual discrimination and oppression experienced by female students in Iran, particularly within the educational system. Discriminatory practices, rooted in religious political movements and the establishment of an authoritarian regime after the Islamic Revolution of 1979, create significant barriers for female students, hindering their progress and equal...

    Chemical attacks on female students in Iran
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  7. Future of work in education

    Analysis of National Statements of Commitment presented at the Transforming Education Summit

    Isidora Vitorović

    7 July 2023

    The Transforming Education Summit (TES) took place in September 2022 as the first meeting of heads of state in the “post COVID” period. It presented an important opportunity to initiate true transformation of global education, as country representatives gathered, made commitments and calls to action, and set priorities and targets...

    Analysis of National Statements of Commitment presented at the Transforming Education Summit
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  8. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Nepal | Education Fact Sheet

    27 June 2023

    Nepal’s school education system consists of at least one year of pre-primary education (also known as early childhood education and development or ECED), eight years of basic (grades 1-8) and four years of secondary (grades 9-12) education.

    Nepal | Education Fact Sheet
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  9. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    India | Education Fact Sheet

    27 June 2023

    Mapping different indicators related to teachers, teachers’ education and teacher’ salary, this factsheet portrays the profile of teachers in India. It also presents the financing status of school education in India.

    India | Education Fact Sheet
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  10. Climate action and literacy

    Forging the education–climate justice connection

    Richard Calayeg Cornelio

    31 May 2023

    This study seeks to identify the advocacy and capacity- building needs of Education International Asia Pacific (EIAP) affiliates where the advancement of climate justice is concerned and where climate change education and just transition matters are spotlighted. Our objective is two-fold: (1) to assess the baseline knowledge of EIAP members...

    Forging the education–climate justice connection
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  11. Equity and inclusion

    Education and copyright: Perspectives from the classroom

    Preliminary findings

    15 March 2023

    We know from WIPO’s and our own research that copyright legislation is inadequate for education today. It creates barriers to ensure the right to education as well as curtails teachers’ academic freedom to choose and adapt materials including for cross-border collaboration and exchange.

    Education and copyright: Perspectives from the classroom
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  12. Equity and inclusion

    Women’s Participation in Education Unions in a Time of Covid-19

    Carol Miller, Houda Sabra

    31 October 2022

    Since the start of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, education unions have been pragmatic and quick to respond to the rapid changes brought about by the global health crisis. Thus, it is important for education unions to review the work done to engage with members since the onset of the pandemic...

    Women’s Participation in Education Unions in a Time of Covid-19
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  13. Teacher-led learning circles for formative assessment

    Teacher-led Learning Circles: Developing Teacher Leadership and Teaching Practice for the Use of Formative Assessment to Improve Students’ Learning

    26 October 2022

    In order to lay a robust foundation for the Teacher-Led Learning Circles on Formative Assessments project, the project’s team of international researchers have conducted an extensive review of pre-existing literature entitled ‘Teacher-led Learning Circles: Developing Teacher Leadership and Teaching Practice for the Use of Formative Assessment to Improve Students’ Learning.’

    Teacher-led Learning Circles: Developing Teacher Leadership and Teaching Practice for the Use of Formative Assessment to Improve Students’ Learning
    1. Teacher-led Learning Circles
    2. Lehrpersonen-geleitete Lernzirkel
    3. 교사주도 학습 활동
    4. Learning Circles Pimpinan Guru
    5. Círculos de aprendizagem liderados por professores
  14. Teacher-led learning circles for formative assessment

    Teacher-led Learning Circles Project: Research Framework

    26 October 2022

    The purpose of this report, prepared by international researchers Danielle LaPointe-McEwan, Carol Campbell and Christopher DeLuca, is to describe the Teacher-led Learning Circles project’s context and associated research framework.

    Teacher-led Learning Circles Project: Research Framework
    1. Research Framework
    2. Forschungsrahmen
    3. 연구 프레임워크
    4. Kerangka Kajian
    5. Estrutura da pesquisa
  15. Climate action and literacy

    Educators on a Heating Planet: Shaping Education Unions’ Vision for a Just Transition

    Alanah Torralba

    13 October 2022

    Educators are on the frontlines of climate change: every day, they are contending with the worst consequences of changes to the world’s climate. From extreme hurricanes and storms to massive flooding, prolonged droughts, severe heatwaves, and sinking islands, climate change is already altering the education sector in indirect yet profound...

    Educators on a Heating Planet: Shaping Education Unions’ Vision for a Just Transition
    1. Summary of research findings
    2. Research Report
  16. Education, research and copyright

    Is it legal? Education and Copyright in the Digital Age

    23 May 2022

    This study intends to demonstrate whether copyright exceptions and limitations for educational purposes are fit for remote educational practices. Several studies commissioned by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) have analysed the copyright frameworks for education across the world8. The author has also previously analysed the fragmented landscape of provisions...

    Is it legal? Education and Copyright in the Digital Age
    1. Summary
    2. Is it legal? Education and Copyright in the Digital Age
  17. Standards and working conditions

    Teacher Wage Bill Constraints: Perspectives from the Classroom

    20 April 2022

    Constraints to the teacher wage bill blocks teacher recruitment and limits teacher salaries. This exacerbates teacher shortages and decreases the attractiveness of the profession, impeding the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4 on quality education for all.

    Teacher Wage Bill Constraints: Perspectives from the Classroom
    1. Summary
  18. Climate action and literacy

    The Climate Change Education Ambition Report Card: Focus on the Middle East and North Africa

    Christina Kwauk

    21 March 2022

    Conducted by Christina Kwauk, the Education International Climate Change Education Ambition Report Card examines the level of ambition on climate education and the extent to which countries prioritise education as a tool for climate action. This special edition of the Report Card focuses on countries in the Middle East and...

    The Climate Change Education Ambition Report Card: Focus on the Middle East and North Africa
    1. Climate Change Education Ambition Report Card: Focus on MENA
    2. تقرير أداء طموح التعليم في مجال التغير المناخي