Tag Archives: Post-2015 Education Goals

In Search of Sustainable TVSD Financing: It’s Not (Only) About the Money, Money Money

Robert Palmer, NORRAG Technical and vocational skills development (TVSD) spans many domains; in many countries it exists in schools and institutes under the authority of multiple ministries, including of course the ministry of education and ministry of labour; it exists … Continue reading

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Where do the Proposed Education Targets Fall Short? The View of the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2015

By NORRAG. Below we highlight some of the key issues related to education post-2015 raised in the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2015 that was published today. Overview of the proposed education targets The proposed education SDG (Ensure inclusive and equitable … Continue reading

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Global and Asian Perspectives on the Post-2015 Discussion

By Shoko Yamada, Nagoya University, Japan. On January 26th 2015 there was an international symposium entitled “Critical Perspectives on Education and Skills in the Emerging Post-2015 Development Agenda” which was hosted by the Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, … Continue reading

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Global Education Governance – How Real?

By Manzoor Ahmed, BRAC University, Dhaka. Global education governance – is it something real or figments of the fertile imagination of Kenneth King and Robert Palmer? The duo has drawn attention to it with a two-part blog (NORRAG Newsbite, 3rd … Continue reading

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Post-2015 Education: Calling for Your Feedback by 30th January 2015

Join a global consultation on education indicators for a global agenda By Albert Motivans, UNESCO Institute for Statistics. In mid-November 2014 the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) launched an online consultation to gather your views on the proposed post-2015 global … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Monitoring the Post-2015 Education Goals and Targets

By Aaron Benavot, Global Monitoring Report team, c/o UNESCO, Paris. The recognition of mutuality and interdependence drives much of the post-2015 development vision. Rather than an agenda dictated by rich countries to poor or conflict-affected countries, the post-2015 agenda is … Continue reading

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Learning Targets and Cognitive Science: How much Knowledge Do Low-income Children Catch in their Memory Nets?

By Helen Abadzi, College of Education, University of Texas at Arlington. Around 1973, a young Indian woman fell ill and went into a coma. When she emerged, she reportedly found in her memory the personal recollections of a Bengali woman … Continue reading

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