Abed was world's first global education laureate -wise 2012 (go figure why it took to 2012 to vale education!)
One of Fazle Abed's biggest lessons - if i can we at brac will maintain up to 40000 one-room primry schools (largest non gov ed system) but only as benchmarks for government to continously improve on - only the gov has democracy's taxe needed to sustain investments in nation wide infarstructure but every community bhas an imperative to demonstarte how joyful schooling that wholly values girls and boys livelihoods can nbe
10/84 all those inspired by rachel's worldpossible collation of competely open digital learning resources and catalogue oif which nation's education system encourafe etachers and students to access the worfld's best elarning content
9-84 BR0 still to be understood- while american elearning gravitates around world possible- in china it gravitates round ai teachers assistants - instead of toys like alexa or hey google, anything that is a disciplainary fact can now be stired in a learnking robot- giving teachers and students time to teamwork and do other things than program a mind with sterile facts
8-84 new universities - these are ones that never put sustainability generation students in debt but expect thise who go on to chnage the world to pay it firward (or is it backward) -
BR0 tsinghua is a owrld elader of this ouyt of china-
BR9 maharishi institute ut of africa-
BR2 brac u out of s asia -where else?
jan 1984 - our latest search of silicon valley
please could you relay this to shannon may or appropriate team member
we loved the half day tutorial you gave at wise@beijing; unfortunately the founding laureate networks brac
(sir fazle abed) missed this and other chinese blended and digital revolutions in education
brac.tv - a guide to collaboration's best for the world organisations
- so Sept 30 to October 6 we are helping arrange a week to correct this at brac headquarters - from the chinese side it will be led by jack ma's main female professor-chair based at Tsinghua University Beijing
as you probably know down the road from harvard the legatum lab at mit helped build http://www.bkash.com
as women world's largest cashless bank with brac and jack ma started his partnerships with brac at this fintech network 3 months ago
mostofa zaman can be contacted with day to day queries- a young bangladeshi villager he has organised invitations to The Economist's remembrance arty to my father as their end poverty sub-editor and previous roundtable briefings given both by sir fazle abed founder of brac and kamil quadir founder of bkash
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my father lifetime work at The Economist hypothesised 50 years ago at time of moon landing that education transformed around mobile connected world would sustain or destroy us all- these are exciting times to find out which- and few if any education networks liberate what you do -the slide links 12 of his most innovative surveys on youths futures around the world
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all the best chris macrae dc 240 316 8157
On Wednesday, 1 August 2018, 08:41:51 GMT-4, Ben Rudd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
In your monthly Bridge digest:
- US think tank shares our case study as a model for Africa
- Bridge teacher guides are discussed in Education Next
- The importance of measuring quality: A response to the SDG Atlas
- Foreign Policy Association publishes our view on the human right to education
- We celebrate children overcoming disabilities in our schools
- Meet our amazing teacher Olayinka from Nigeria
Liberia's story reaches major US think tank HumanProgress, the magazine of the Cato Institute, has published a story by Bridge's Marcus Wleh in Liberia. Marcus summaries the global education situation and looks at how his country is an example of how to transform education systems to quickly improve learning outcomes for children.
Education Next looks at teacher guidesThe Bridge academic team has been writing about the merits of pre-prepared, detailed lesson plans for teachers. The Harvard University-affiliated magazine Education Next publishes a piece that helps to shed light on the benefits of the model within the context of developing economies. The author considers her own journey from being against structured guidance to becoming a strong advocate and the evidence that has changed her mind. She says, "after more than a decade of teaching middle schoolers, training teachers, and designing lessons for schools all over the world, I’ve changed my tune."
Quality as the yardstick for progressBridge VP of Measurement and Evaluation, Dr Steven Cantrell, has been sharing his thoughts about the need for the quality of education to be effectively measured and invested in. He points out that sometimes this is overlooked and the consequences are significant. One of his most stark messages is 'Primary school attendance is not the problem.' The well respected Impakter magazine published his article to highlight one of the most important issues in the global education debate.
Dr Cantrell's piece is a response to the World Bank’s recently released Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals.
Education is a right so let's deliver itWe take a closer look at the international legal issues surrounding global education and UN Human Rights. Bridge puts forward the argument for non-state actors to help achieve education for all on the basis that rights must be delivered urgently. It is now 70 years since the right to education was made universal and the fact that hundreds of millions are still not learning shows that fresh approaches are needed. We make a nuanced case that "It is only through embracing new, innovative, scalable and sustainable models" that universal free quality education for all can be achieved.
Say hello to Olayinka from NigeriaOlayinka is one of our passionate and powerful teachers from Bridge, Femi Omomowo in Igando, Lagos State, south-west Nigeria.
She says that she saw Bridge was different, so she joined. She would watch the pupils and teachers at the gate and think how motivated and happy they looked to be going to school. That was two years ago when she decided to join us.
Discover why she believes joining Bridge was the best choice she ever made, and find out why she feels proud when she's leading a class.
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