How can we leverage technology to support, upskill and energise the most important resource, teachers?
Speaker: Betty Abeng, Chief Executive Officer, The Commonwealth Education Trust
Chair: Kat Thorne, Trustee, Council for Education in the Commonwealth
Venue: Committee Room 4A, Houses of Parliament, London SW1A 0AA | Date: Tuesday, 29th November 2022 | Time: 18:30 – 20:30
According to the 2018 World Development Report (WDR), many lower-income countries have made progress in getting children into the classroom, which has led to more children worldwide now being in school.
While significantly greater numbers of children are now attending school, there has been little investment in the education infrastructure needed to teach this pupil explosion, such as building schools, providing resources, and – of course – training better and more teachers.
The global pandemic has far-reaching consequences that may jeopardise hard-won gains made in improving global education. (UN)
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Betty Abeng is the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth Education Trust, and in this lecture, she will share her own, lived experience of the global challenge of providing quality education, and the critical role low-tech, innovative and context-appropriate solutions play in enabling teachers and educational stakeholders to achieve SDG4.
The Annual Gladwyn Lecture is organised by the Council for Education in the Commonwealth in honour of its former Patron, Lord Gladwyn, a distinguished diplomat and parliamentarian. The Lecture focuses on an educational topic of relevance to the Commonwealth and is delivered by an eminent expert.
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