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Silvia Montoya, Director UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Martin Gustafssson, Research on Socio-Economic Policy (ReSEP), University of Stellenbosch The 2020 learning losses equal the gains made...
29/03/2021
João Pedro Azevedo, Lead Economist, Education Global Practice, World Bank Group and Silvia Montoya, Director, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) Our choice of a measure shapes our understanding...
24/03/2021
João Pedro Azevedo, economista jefe, Education Global Practice[ETP1] [GT2] , Grupo Banco Mundial y Silvia Montoya, Directora, Instituto de Estadística de la UNESCO (UIS) La mayoría de los gobiernos...
23/03/2021
João Pedro Azevedo, économiste principal, Pôle mondial d’expertise en éducation, Groupe de la Banque mondiale et Silvia Montoya, directrice, Institut de statistique de l’UNESCO (ISU) La plupart des...
23/03/2021
João Pedro Azevedo, Lead Economist, Education Global Practice, World Bank Group and Silvia Montoya, Director, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) Most governments and development partners are...
17/02/2021
By Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and Daniel Capistrano, University College Dublin This International Day of Education, the impact of COVID-19 on education is...
25/01/2021
By Friedrich Huebler, Head of Education Standards and Methodology at the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) It is not enough to simply collect data. Data that are useful for monitoring progress...
18/01/2021
By ECW, FHI 360, INEE, NORRAG, and the UIS This post is cross-published by ECW, FHI 360, INEE, NORRAG, and the UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Last week INEE, ECW, and the UIS launched a new...
17/12/2020

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