In this blog, Wilson Centre Global Fellow Nadia Naviwala, previews the key insights from our new podcast and video series, which looks to explore some of the first-hand stories of how Pakistan’s low-cost private schools sector – which enrolls 40% of the country’s students– have been affected.
Femi Awopetu of Bridge International Academies, Nigeria. We know that teaching is one of the most important professions in the world. Every teacher has the opportunity to shape the lives of tens of thousands of children over the course of their career.
Today (4 Aug 2021), Global Schools Forum is delighted to announce that following a global recruitment process we have made eight new appointments to our Board of Trustees.
Pablo Jaramillo Quintero, General Director of GSF member Alianza Educativa shares reflections and takeaways from their experience of reopening schools. Alianza Educativa is a non-profit that runs 11 charter schools and serves more than 11,500 underprivileged students in Bogotá, Colombia.
Francesca Horn, Education and Partnerships Officer at PEAS, and Rahel Wondwossen, Chief Academic Officer at Nova Pioneer write about their experience of the pilot Peer-Review organised by GSF in collaboration with three of its member organisations.
Kavita Rajagopalan, GSF Programme Director, blogs on the innovative solutions emerging from GSF’s Challenge Track at the recent Jacobs Foundation Solveathon.
Programme Director Kavita Rajagopalan reports back on key takeaways from GSF’s recent event on re-opening Early Childhood Education.
Governments must be able to do whatever is necessary to get children learning again, says Aashti Zaidi Hai, Executive Director of Global Schools Forum.
The Abidjan Principles are not an accurate statement of the requirements of international law
Estimating the impact of COVID-19 on the non-state education sector In low and middle income countries: A rapid review
Since March, teachers from three non-state primary schools run by Peepul, serving low-income communities in south Delhi, have been attempting to reach over 1000 students who can no longer attend school during lockdown. Their challenge: to keep every child learning.
A letter to America from the 1.5 billion kids in 185 countries from around the world who also aren’t in school right now.