This article introduces the Impact at Scale Toolkit, which offers valuable insights and practical tools to enhance your solution towards scale.
Peter Colenso, Senior Advisor at Global Schools Forum, shares reflections following a recent visit to ‘International School Choice and Reform Conference’ in Madrid.
Discover inspiring stories from organisations in GSF's community on their 2023 achievements and ambitions for 2024.
Since 2017, we have fostered learning and collaboration through a variety of ways including Communities of Practice (CoP). Through this blog, we would like to share with you how communities of practice have helped deepen engagement and learning for our community.
The Global Schools Forum (GSF) recently attended the 2-day World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) 2023 in Doha, Qatar. In alignment with its theme of ‘Creative Fluency: Human Flourishing in the Age of AI’, the summit raised questions on pertinent topics like the role of AI in education systems, education in times of war, greening education, and access to higher education amongst others.
Schools2030, HundrED, and Global Schools Forum have come together on the Scale Project, aiming to create clarity and enable key stakeholders, in particular practitioners, to understand and navigate the various pathways to scaling impactful education solutions within and beyond their context.
This blog is an opinion piece by Miriam Mason-Sesay, Country Director, EducAid Sierra Leone, introducing an urgent need for a generational firebreak across education systems.
To reflect on how GSF can be a better learning organization and help its community to improve its learning processes, the GSF Team invited Donika Dimovska, Chief Knowledge Officer at Jacobs Foundation to share Jacobs Foundation’s experience of embracing and promoting learning among its partners and grantees.
GSF attended the inaugural refugee convening organised by The Hilton Foundation in Uganda. The 3-day event saw a gathering of The Foundation’s regional partners working to support refugees in Uganda and Ethiopia, especially in the areas of early childhood education and livelihoods.
Scaling promising innovations as a strategy to drive systems change and to deliver on the UN's Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) are often championed by education leaders. Organisations such as The Brookings Institution and VVOB are at the forefront of demystifying what scale might mean for the education space. However, selecting and supporting education innovations to scale is no easy task.
Global Schools Forum recently held an interactive workshop on the margins of the Skoll World Forum to discuss how entrepreneurs can scale impact in education. The session convened entrepreneurs and funders from the non-state education sector to discuss and share insights and knowledge on scaling solutions to deliver impact in the education space.
In this background paper to our forthcoming joint Regulation report with UNESCO, GSF's Policy and Research Associate Ross Duncan shares findings and implications from school operators.