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Prepared by Muavia Gallie and James Keevy The Commonwealth Secretariat initiated a consultative and participatory process in 2011 to develop a broad pan-Commonwealth framework for professional standards for teachers and school leaders. The main purpose of the proposed standards framework is to guide countries in defining the basic requirements related to knowledge, pedagogical skills and
The UNRWA Education Program for Palestine Refugees The Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) initiative is designed to help countries identify actionable priorities for strengthening education systems so that all children and youth can be equipped with knowledge and skills for life. Any education system is a complex network of providers and beneficiaries, institutions,
A Commonwealth Guide to Implementing Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 'In 2006, the United Nations advanced the development agenda by agreeing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). In 2007, at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kampala, it was agreed
The Commonwealth Secretariat initiated a consultative and participatory process in 2011 to develop a broad pan-Commonwealth framework for professional standards for teachers and school leaders. The main purpose of the proposed standards framework is to guide countries in defining the basic requirements related to knowledge, pedagogical skills and personal attributes that teachers and school leaders
The challenges that many boys face in realising their educational potential is increasingly being recognised as a major gender issue, not only in the education sphere, but also to social and economic development, and for achievement of the SDGs. In particular, there is concern regarding dropout rates among boys and low level of educational achievement.
To support the education community respond to COVID-19 challenges, the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM) is publishing 60 papers through 4 issues. These will share local responses in the education sector during the pandemic and provide information to assist educational leaders throughout this unprecedented time. Read the papers here: Volume one Volume
Girls Back to School Guide With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting roughly 1 billion students worldwide, efforts need to be made to ensure that there are equal opportunities for children to learn despite the educational disruption. In response to this, Malala Fund, Plan International, UNESCO, UNGEI and UNICEF have launched the Building Back Equal: Girls Back to
Pathways to Inclusive Education for girls with disabilities Girls with disabilities are among the world's most marginalised groups of society. The aim of this research was to provide a synthesis of understanding of barriers to education for girls with disabilities and bring together evidence of effective or promising programme approaches that address these barriers. To
At the Global Education Meeting, the Save Our Future campaign was launched, putting forward evidence based recommendations for governments to reimagine education systems post COVID-19.