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5 key takeaways from day two of GESF 2016

Sunday saw another incredible day at the Global Education and Skills Forum, as the debates, masterclasses and discussions continued. The […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

GESF Agenda: The teachers of 2030 – what will they look like?

In this lively debate on the future of teaching, Tony Jackson, Vice President, of Education, Asia Society, hosted the discussion […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

Key quotes from GESF 2016

The Global Education and Skills Forum 2016 has drawn to a close after two days of dynamic discussions and debates. […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

GESF Agenda: Are we becoming too focused on STEM education?

STEM education – science, technology, engineering, and maths – is increasingly seen as a vital element of today’s education, to […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

GESF Agenda: The education paradox – broader goals and less support

Sunday lunchtime saw one of the Global Education and Skills Forum’s more complex discussions. How can we achieve the broader […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

GESF Agenda: Does aid and philanthropy hurt public education?

With more than 60 million children not receiving even a primary education, and more than 250 million without basic reading […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

GESF Agenda: How do we take greater collective responsibility for public education?

This key session at the Global Education and Skills Forum saw a wide-ranging discussion around the overall theme of the […]

13 Mar 2016 by Harsha Sharma

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