The Commonwealth Education Hub is a pilot initiative of the Commonwealth Secretariat to support the community of education professionals and policy-makers who are dedicated to improving the situation of primary, secondary, and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Commonwealth countries. The support is provided through four key services (CONNECTION, CONSULTATION, COLLABORATION, and COLLECTION) available through the Service Centre on this website, serving as a virtual “one-stop-shop.” Through these services, members can connect to discuss timely and critical issues, share solutions and lessons learnt, find information on latest developments and events, identify expertise and explore potential partnerships, initiate or join existing collaborations, and access documented knowledge such as good practices and recommended tools.
The following presentations are available - please click on the titles below:
‘The British Council and support for global student mobility’; Lloyd Anderson.
‘Attracting international students’; Alan Mackay
‘Drivers for International Student Mobility’; Barbara Kehm
(Note that a set of proceedings will also be available in June 2014):
DISCUSSANT’S COMMENTS ON THE 2010 GLADWYN LECTURE – “NIGERIA: 50 YEARS OF PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR” BY DR NOSA ALADESELU
Dr. Nosa Aladeselu, Executive Director, African Women Empowerment Guild spoke with with Professor Michael Omolewa at a meeting held in Parliament on 8th. December 2010.