Monthly Archives: October 2013

Beyond Learning Outputs: Reflections on the Measurement of ‘Education for All’ in the Post-2015 Scenario

By Antoni Verger, Adrián Zancajo and Xavier Bonal. In the context of the post-2015 debate, many stakeholders are advocating for the introduction of a learning-related goal as the most appropriate way to monitor educational progress in low-income countries. Of course, … Continue reading

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Many Different Carriers are Offering Flights to a Post-2015 Destination!

By Kenneth King, University of Edinburgh and NORRAG. >> NORRAG News 49 on the subject of Education and Development in the Post-2015 Landscapes is now available online The new, once-mysterious destination of post-2015 is suddenly becoming better known, particularly in … Continue reading

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Funding Global Public Goods in the Education Sector: A Growing Challenge

By Raymond Wanner and Birger Fredriksen, Members of IIEP’s Governing Board. The importance of the issues dealt with by this year’s United Nations General Assembly should serve as a reminder of the growing importance of global institutions in an increasingly … Continue reading

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Let ‘Children are Enjoying Learning’ be the Paramount Post-2015 Educational Goal

By Mike Douse, Freelance International Educational Consultant.[1]  Many contributions to the post-MDG debate embody the well-intentioned yet thoroughly misguided notion that education is all about poverty reduction and material progress. Many participants in that debate take that misconceived stand not … Continue reading

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