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The educational prosperity framework that I introduced in a recent blog provides an essential structure for understanding the holistic and cumulative ways that children develop, learn and thrive. The...
09/10/2018
On World Teachers Day, this blog presents an assessment framework, called Education Prosperity, that can be used to track the success of teachers, families, communities and public institutions in...
05/10/2018
Almost one-third of young teens worldwide have recently experienced bullying, according to data published for the first time by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS). The data are part of a major...
01/10/2018
The latest figures on out-of-school-children are disappointing, showing progress that is – at best – painfully slow. Despite every promise and declaration, and all the genuine efforts made to date,...
27/09/2018
  The UK is leading the call for 12 years of quality education for all girls and boys.  But is it possible to measure the quality of education for all children? Is it feasible to track progress...
26/09/2018
I am looking forward to this week’s WISE event in New York, which will bring together practitioners and thought-leaders determined to empower learners for future challenges. How? By innovating inside...
20/09/2018
Learn more about SDG 4 Indicators 4.a.1, 4.b.1 and 4.c.1 The blogs in this series have examined the indicators that measure progress towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4...
12/09/2018
On Saturday, the world celebrated International Literacy Day. And indeed there was much to celebrate, with literacy rates continuing to rise from one generation to the next, remarkable progress on...
11/09/2018

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