West and Central Africa: The great challenge of access to quality education in the face of demographic growth
The issue brief compares the value of Ghana’s Comprehensive Basic Education (CBE) programme versus the cost of formal schooling. The findings show that current costs in the programme are 21% less than those in the regular system, indicating a cost saving potential in upscaling and transitioning CBE to public budget.
On September 22, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., East Africa Time, a national dialogue was hosted in Kenya to foster a shared understanding on the role and function of the regional KIX Africa 19 Hub towards strengthening national education systems and accelerating educational progress.
This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Chapman University (USA) features Dr Elena Kardanova, Professor at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow, Russia and the Director of the Institute of Education’s Centre for Psychometrics and Measurement in Education. Dr Kardanova explores the question of how researchers can balance international publishing in English while still disseminating local knowledge and other challenges.
This video provides an overview of the Global Partnership for Education Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX). This video was developed by Sebastián Platz.
The ninth webinar on “Using ‘Evidence’ in Educational Planning and Management”. The webinar was organised with NORRAG and UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (UNESCO IIEP). This virtual event was attended by more than 200 experts from over 60 countries
The 8th Knowledge Innovation Exchange (KIX) Europe | Asia | Pacific (EAP) webinar explored the question “What has COVID-19 done to education and research?” This KIX EAP webinar was organised by NORRAG in collaboration with Professor Elaine Unterhalter, one of the guest editors of NORRAG Special Issue 06: States of Emergency: Education in the time of Covid-19, and the following authors of the special issue – Pravindharan Balakrishnan, Professor Marie Lall and Dr. Kusha Anand.
KIX brings together 70 low- and middle-income countries that are partners of the Global Partnership for Education to identify common policy challenges and facilitate knowledge sharing and evidence building. KIX currently funds 36 projects across these 70 countries. Click through the countries in the map to learn about the work that is being done in each country.
Learning cycles, developed by the KIX Europe, Asia and Pacific hub, help education stakeholders access knowledge and build on it to address their…
There is a growing need for teacher training in West and Central African countries. In Niger, the government has taken a series of measures to…
As anyone who has ever struggled in school can attest, an excellent teacher can make all the difference in a student's learning outcomes. The…