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Education & Technology events archive


 

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2017

20 April 2017
 
 
Developing 21st century and socio-emotional skills among displaced youth in Colombia: EVOKE - An innovative approach to online education and skills assessment
Washington, DC
19 April 2017
 
Disrupting Education? Experimental Evidence on Technology-Aided Instruction in India
Washington, DC
21 March 2017
 
 
Using Assessments and Technology to Improve Learning Outcomes at Scale: The Case of Mindspark in India
Washington, DC
9 Feb 2017 
 
 
Leveraging ICTs & Innovative Financing for Education and Economic Development: Lessons from Intel in Africa
Washington, DC
11 Jan 2017
 
 
Andela: A Revolutionary New Learning Model in ICT Education that Connects Education to Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, DC
10 Jan 2017
 
Using ICT to help educate blind children in Kenya: Lessons from inABLE
Washington, DC

2016

15 Nov 2016
 
 
Leveraging Fab Labs for implementing innovative TVET/Higher Education/STEM Education: The Case of Fab Lab Lima, Peru
Washington, DC
9-11 Nov 2016
 
10th Global Symposium on ICT use in Education
Seoul, Korea
7-8 Nov 2016
 
ICT4ED Policy Review Working Group Meeting 2016: “Transition of Textbooks: What comes next”
Seoul, Korea
3-4 Nov 2016
 
 
Innovations to Bridge the Educational Digital Divide (China): 2016 China Education Innovation 20+ Forum Annual Conference
Beijing, China
18-20 Oct 2016 2016 mEducation Alliance Annual Symposium
U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington, DC
13 July 2016
 
Mobile Money & Education
A conversation with CGAP, USAID & the World Bank
6 July 2016
 
 
Learning ‘on-the-go, anytime, anywhere’ – addressing global challenges through mobile learning: Lessons from Cell-Ed
Washington, DC
June 22, 2016
 
Education Reimagined: Sal Khan & the Khan Academy (DEC Lecture Series)
Washington, DC
May 31, 2016 Smartphone Technology: School Mapping & Monitoring in Ghana
Washington, DC
May 4, 2016 Digital Technology for the Education of Displaced Children in the Middle East and North Africa: Promise, Projects, Perils of ICT
Washington, DC
April 1, 2016 Global Learning XPRIZE Team Summit @ The World Bank
Washington, DC
February 22, 2016 Strategies for tackling the high cost and low availability of textbooks:
The role of ICTs as supplemental teaching & learning materials in Sub-Saharan Africa

Washington, DC
February 16, 2016 Educational cartoons to promote learning across East Africa: Lessons from Ubongo
Washington, DC
January 27, 2016 Are students prepared for the digital world?
Washington, DC
January 27, 2016 Remote Teaching: How Schools in Uruguay are being taught English by 
teachers in Argentina -- and the UK & the Philippines
Lessons from the British Council

online

 

2015

December 17, 2015 Can Information Technology Improve School Effectiveness in Haiti?
Washington, DC
November 5, 2015

Educational Cartoons to Promote ECD
Washington, DC

November 4-6, 2015 9th Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education
Seoul, Korea
October 28-30, 2015 2015 mEducation Alliance International Symposium
Washington, DC
October 13, 2015 Radio Instruction for ECD
Washington, DC
October 8, 2013 CAT-based School Graduation Exams: Lessons from Computer Adaptive Testing in Georgia
Tbilisi, Georgia
September 28, 2015 Games for Parenting Education
Washington, DC
September 17, 2015 FabLabs for STEM Education, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship:  Practical lessons from Kenya
Washington, DC
August 4, 2015 Learning from Pilots and Scaling Up: Integrating Technology in Classrooms in Nepal
Washington, DC
July 30, 2015 A new approach for teaching and learning in The Gambia: Digital content and platforms for STEM subjects 
Washington, DC
July 8, 2015 ALISON: The original MOOC provider? Lessons from the world's largest global online workplace skills training provider for learners in developing countries
Washington, DC
June 18, 2015 ICT for Higher Education: The Case of Tajikistan
Washington, DC
June 5, 2015 Machines as Amplifiers: How a Simple Theory Explains Digital Technology's Role in Global Development
Washington, DC
May 28, 2015 Local Monitoring of Teacher Attendance using Mobile Phone Technology:  Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ugandan Primary Schoolsr 
Washington, DC
May 26-27, 2015 International Workshop on Information and Communication Literacy Test
Yerevan, Armenia
May 5-6, 2015 China - World Bank Dialogue on Technology Use in Education
Beijing, China
May 5, 2015 Games as Development Solutions
Washington, DC
April 28-30, 2015 ESDP: EMIS-ICT in East Asia & the Pacific
Nadi, Fiji
April 14, 2015

Learning from two USAID initiatives to support innovations in education: the All Children Reading Grand Challenge and the Mobiles for Education (mEducation) Alliance
Washington, DC

March 11, 2015 Call Me Educated: Evidence from a Mobile Monitoring Experiment in Niger
Washington, DC
February 10-13, 2015 EMIS-ICT ESDP program
Washington, DC
February 5, 2015 Interactive Audio Instruction improves access to early learning: 
Lessons from low-income and fragile states

Washington, DC
January 18-21, 2015 Education World Forum
London, UK


2014

Nov 20, 2014 Using ICT to Advance Higher Education in Africa
Washington, DC
Nov 3-5, 2014 Global Symposium on ICT in Education 2014 | Transforming Education with 1:1 Computing: Learning from Practical Experiences in Providing Students 
with Their Own Individual Computing Devices

Gyeongju, Korea
Oct 20-22, 2015 2014 mEducation Alliance International Symposium
Washington, DC
Oct 8, 2014 Innovation in Education - Technology as a tool to improve the quality of public education (Educopédia)
Washington, DC
Sep 5, 2014 Translating and Implementing the Khan Academy in Brazil
Washington, DC
June 5, 2014 The impact of educational technology on teaching and learning
Washington, DC
June 3, 2014 Evaluating the Khan Academy: SRI's Research on the Use of Khan Academy in Schools
Washington, DC
March 26, 2014 Using mobile phones and the web to collect, map and share data in the education sector: Lessons from Uganda
Washington, DC

 

2013

October 22-25 2013 Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education: The Changing Role of Teachers
Seoul, Korea
October 17 Telecurso (Telecourse): A Trajectory from the TV Screen to the Classroom
Washington, DC
October 15-16 2013 mEducation Alliance International Symposium
Washington, DC
June 20

Big Data in Education: inBloom and efforts to involve students and teachers with data tools designed to personalize learning
Washington, DC

April 2 Nokia Life: A Mobile Platform for the Next Billion
Washington, DC
March 21 Towards a global revolution in education: Using digital technology to provide quality education for all
Washington, DC
February 21 Free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) to Accelerate Youth Employment in Africa: A Pilot in Tanzania Using Coursera Platform
Washington, DC

2012

 

December 11-14 Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education 2012
Seoul, Korea
September 10-11 Asian Ministerial Forum on ICT in Education (AMFIE2012)
Bangkok, Thailand
September 5-7 mEducation Alliance International Symposium
Washington, DC
June 13-15 International Conference on ICT in Teacher Education
Patna, India
June 12 Mobile Learning in Affordable Private Schools in India
Washington, DC
May 10
Portugal's eEscola Project
Washington, DC
May 2 Technologies for Social Inclusion and Civic Empowerment
Washington, DC
May 1 Checkmyschool.org - Linking ICTs and Citizen Monitoring
Washington, DC
April 10-12 South-South Knowledge Exchange and Study Tour on the Use of ICTs in Education
Montevideo, Uruguay
March 5 2012 UNESCO & CoSN International Symposium
mLearning: Exploring the Power of Mobility to Transform Learning
Washington, DC
February 29 Sesame Workshop Around The World
Washington, DC
February 22 Worldreader: e-books in Africa
Washington, DC
January 9-11 Education World Forum
London, UK

2011

 

December 8 The Aakash, India's $35 Tablet for Education 
Washington D.C.
November 7-10 Global Symposium on ICT & Education 2011: Benchmarking International Experiences
Seoul, Korea
September 27-28 ICT in Education National Workshop
Jakarta, Indonesia
August 18-19 Promoting Quality Educational Outcomes through Mobile Technology
Washington, DC
July 26-28

Second Caribbean Regional Learning Event on Improving Teaching and Learning Outcomes with ICT
Study visit to the Maine Learning Technology Initiative

July 13-14 Asia-Pacific Ministerial Forum on ICT Education (AMFIE 2011)
Manila, the Philippines
June 16 BBL: Tapping ICTs to Create Jobs for Africa's Youth
Washington, DC
May 25-27 eLearning Africa 2011
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
April 21 Emerging NRENs SIG Meeting
Washington, DC
April 14-15 Improving Teaching and Learning Outcomes in the English-speaking Caribbean Countries with ICT
Bridgetown, Barbados
April 4 BBL: School Computer System Sustainability Toolkit & its Use in Developing Countries
Washington, DC
March 21 BBL: The Benefits and Costs of ICT in Education
Washington, DC
Feb. 21-23 EuroMed ICT/Education Symposium - POSTPONED
Tunis, Tunisia
Jan. 28 BBL: What's Next for Open Education Resources? 
Washington, DC
Jan. 10-12 Education World Forum
London, United Kingdom
2010

 

Nov. 1-4

Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education: Building national ICT/education agencies
Seoul, South Korea

Sept. 28-30 EVOKE -- A Platform for Social Innovation
Washington, DC
Aug. 30 One Laptop Per Child in South America: Reports from on-the-ground
Washington, DC
Jun. 30 Learning by Ear: The Skills to Succeed in Today’s Africa
Washington, DC
Jun. 15 Open Educational Resources Africa: OER for Health and Education
Washington, DC
May 28 eLearning Africa 2010 -- Skills for ICT: A South-South Experience Exchange between Africa and India
Lusaka, Zambia
May 24 One Mouse Per Child (& other innovative approaches to using ICTs in education)
Miguel Nussbaum, Catholic University of Chile
Washington, DC
May 20 Escuela+ : Delivering High Quality Educational Televison To Rural Schools
Olga Lucia Riveros Gaona, Ministry of Education, Colombia
German Covarrubias, Ministry of Education, Chile
Jose Antonio Torres Moro, Ministry of Education, Puerto Rico
Washington, DC
May 13

Uruguay's Plan Ceibal: What Happens When *all* Students and Teachers Have Their Own Laptops
Alicia Casas de Barran, National Archivist of Uruguay
Washington, DC

May 5

Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI): Increasing Access to Quality Early Childhood Development Programs in Developing Countries
Washington, DC

Apr. 21 A Special Live Oxford-style Debate:
Are Most Investments in Technology for Schools Wasted?
New Delhi, India
Apr. 12 Mobile Phones and Language Literacy in Rural Communities
Matthew Kam, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Mar. 25

The EduRadicals event with Roger Shank
Washington, DC

Roger Schank is one of the world's leading visionaries in artificial intelligence, learning theory, cognitive science, and the building of virtual learning environments. He is CEO of Socratic Arts, a company whose goal is to design and implement learning-by-doing, story-centered curricula in schools, universities, and corporations. He was formerly a professor of computer science and psychology at Yale University and director of the Yale Artificial Intelligence Project.

Feb. 22-24 International Conference on 1-to-1 Computing in Education
Vienna, Austria

An international conference hosted by the Austrian Ministry of Education and jointly organised by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the World Bank (WB), to discuss the main experiences from large-scale uses of digital devices (ranging from handhelds and cellular phones to netbooks and notebooks) under the paradigm of '1-to-1' computing, and examine the opportunities and risks from an educational and socio-economic perspective.
Jan. 11-13 Learning and Technology World Forum
London, UK

The Learning and Technology World Forum is an internationally recognized leadership forum for sharing best and debating future practice in education and skills. It is one of the largest gatherings of education and skills ministers in the world. It is also the only forum that brings together national leaders to share their ideas and experiences on strategy and policy; considering ways that technology can be used to support and improve the accessibility and quality of education and skills globally.

For more information, please see the event web site at http://www.latwf.org.

2009

 

Nov. 23 BBL - The Talking Book for Africa
Washington, DC

The innovative Talking Book Project develops new and affordable digital audio technology to provide vital information and literacy training to people with limited access to either, in the form of locally recorded, spoken content on an interactive audio device. The technology is being used for two major purposes: training of reading skills and communication of information. A pilot was completed in Northern Ghana in 2009.

Nov. 15-17

ICT Transforming Education: 13th UNESCO-APEID International Conference on Education and World Bank-KERIS High Level Seminar on ICT in Education
Hangzhou, China

The 13th UNESCO-APEID International Conference, in conjunction with the World Bank-KERIS High Level Seminar on ICT in Education, will emphasize the powerful role ICT can play in changing the way we teach and learn. The conference will provide a forum to explore, identify and synergize innovative approaches for harnessing the potential of ICT to increase the reach and quality of education. Distinguished speakers and paper presenters will share their rich experiences in linking theory to practice. Policymakers, educators, teachers, academicians and researchers will discuss, exchange information and learn from each other on how we use ICT in teaching and learning to improve overall quality of education.

More information is available on the event website maintained by UNESCO-Bangkok.

 

Nov. 9-11

Global Symposium on ICT and Education
Seoul, South Korea
in partnership with the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) and the Korea Education Research & Information Service (KERIS)

High-level policymakers, experts and practitioners will gather to discuss emerging trends and practices related to the effective and appropriate of ICTs in the education sector, with a specific focus on monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment.

This event extends the collaboration between the World Bank, the Korean Ministry of Education and KERIS on ICT/education capacity building events, following on similar activities in 2008 and 2007.

More information to follow.

 

Oct. 20

Using Teachers & Technology for Early Grade Student Assessment - One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Innovations in Uruguay
Washington, DC

Uruguay has been leading Latin America in the use of student assessments for improving teaching and learning. Also, Uruguay is the first to implement the One Laptop per Child nationwide. This year, Uruguay innovated yet again, by taking advantage of the availability of laptops in all elementary school classrooms to introduce student assessments in language, mathematics and science, for second grade students. The effort involved not only the assessment experts, who developed the instruments but also school inspectors, who helped recruit teachers to participate (voluntarily), and inservice teacher training professionals, who worked on developing online materials for teachers to address the learning challenges that the assessments identified. In this session, Andres Peri will describe the program and demonstrate "live" the online tools his team developed and administered for the first time in recent months.

 

Sept. 16

Mobile Innovations in Education
Washington, DC

Event page and live webcast available on the World Bank's eDevelopment site athttp://go.worldbank.org/7ZD6MGXWF0

Sept. 11 ICTs for Education
Paris, France
Aug. 31 - Sept. 3 Professional Development of School Managers and Teachers in Effective Use of ICT in Education: A Guide for Policy Implementers
Port Louis, Mauritius
Jul. 7-9

Consultative workshop on ICT and education indicators
Busan, Korea

Jul. 1 eBooks & Affordable Access to Digital Content for Teachers, Health Care Workers & Agricultural Extension Agents in Southern Africa
Key questions:
  • Is low cost computing a feasible solution to some of the information needs in Southern Africa?
  • How can (expensive) digital content from textbook providers in OECD countries be made available to various low income groups in Southern Africa, working with universities, and what are the related issues?
  • What is the on-the-ground reality about various high-profile low-cost laptop and eBook products being marketed to developing countries, based on testing and pilots in Southern Africa?

May 27-28

Conference on ICT Support for Universalisation of Secondary Education
The conference aims to address the technology needs of rolling out RMSA, the need to build ICT capacities of secondary level teachers and provide higher quality e-content, relevant case studies from India and abroad, an innovations in the domain of technology-based education in India. This aligns with the efforts of the Department of School Education and Literacy to assist States to build up the ICT infrastructure in secondary schools through the scheme "ICT in Schools".

 
2008

 

Nov. 17-21

ICT for Education Policymakers: From Vision to Action
Seoul, South Korea

Nov. 6

How Much Does It Really Cost to Introduce and Sustain Computers in Schools?
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): A Study of Models of Affordable Computing for Schools in Developing Countries

Nov. 3

Low-Cost ICT Devices in Education: Hope, Hype and Heuristics
Washington, DC

Oct. 6

The $70, Low-Power Computer for Education -- Lessons from Macedonia, Andhra Pradesh and beyond
While the so-called "$100 laptop" garners much media attention, other low-cost, low-power ICT solutions are finding success in developing countries. This BBL is meant to explore a different model of computing -- "desktop virtualization" -- of potential relevance to schools in developing countries.


May 28

Planning Workshop on Capacity-Building for ICT in Education in Africa at at e-Learning Africa 2008 (Accra, Ghana)
This brainstorming workshop knowledge and capacity building needs in a number of African countries in the area of ICT in education. Concrete ways of addressing those needs, especially in relation to capacity building, were shared and developed, especially related to : (1) Engaging African policymakers in an active dialogue on the ICT in education “landscape” in the region; (2) Prioritizing needs and follow-up actions in the area of building Africa capacity in ICT in education, particularly for WBI and KERIS (focus on learning events) and the Africa Region of the World Bank; (3) Link education experts and policymakers in Africa to an annual global core course on ICT in education offered by WBI and the Korean government, and identify people who can play a role in facilitating learning activities.

 
2007

 

Nov. 12-16

Information Communication Technology (ICT) for Education Leaders: From Vision to Reality
The course reviews ICT in relation to education policy, relevant strategies, and best practice. The exchange of first-hand experience of ICT use in education policy and its implementation will help policymakers grasp a systematic view in strengthening the competitiveness of their education systems by applying ICT more effectively.


Nov. 8

e-Learning: Re-Thinking Education
The event took place at the World Bank headquarters in Washington D.C. on November 8th featured Robert Schank, Founder of the Institute of e-Learning and Professor at Northwestern University. Harry Patrinos, Lead Education Economist at the World Bank introduced the speaker and chaired the event.


Jun. 5

Session: Libraries and Electronic Collections: Acquisitions in a Changing Environment
Event Title:Publishing for Impact 2007: Reaching Readers Across Boundaries is conference held June 4–6, 2007, in Washington, DC, was entitled “Publishing for Impact 2007: Reaching Readers across Boundaries” and it tackled myriad new issues facing publishers in the digital era. Participants ranged from the institutional to nonprofit and for-profit publishers.


May 24

The New $100 Computer
The concept of creating useful, inexpensive, and sturdy computers for school children in the developing world was initially introduced by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab in late 2005. Since then, its application in the developing world has seen support, skepticism, and a fast evolution of the aims of the computers and the project “One Laptop per Child.” In this presentation by Nicholas Negroponte on May 31, 2007, to an audience at the World Bank’s Washington offices, he explained the most current work being done by One Laptop Per Child.


Jun. 28

Session: The Role of Education in Building Knowledge Societies: The Experience of Jordan and Mexico 
Event Title: Restoring Global Balance Together
Recognizing the importance of building up a sound human capital base, Jordan has embarked on an innovative Education Reform for Knowledge Economy Project. The main aim of this project is to support the Government’s efforts to transform its education system at the early childhood, basic, and secondary levels in order to produce graduates with the requisite skills needed to participate in the knowledge economy. The case of Mexico was also presented to highlight innovative partnerships to promote ICTs in the field of education.


May 11

Microsoft’s Approach to Digital Inclusion in Schools
In this presentation, Greg Butler, who leads the Education Programs team in Microsoft’s Worldwide Public Sector, described how he draws on past experience and current issues in education to develop and implement strategies and program solutions that target Microsoft’s mission of helping educators and students use information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve teaching and learning and realize their potential.

note: The previous version of this page (no longer updated) is available at http://go.worldbank.org/ODL2AZYR50.

Andela: A Revolutionary New Learning Model in ICT Education that Connects Education to Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, DC
10 Jan 2017 Using ICT to help educate blind children in Kenya: Lessons from inABLE
Washington, DC
15 Nov 2016
 
 
Leveraging Fab Labs for implementing innovative TVET/Higher Education/STEM Education: The Case of Fab Lab Lima, Peru
Washington, DC
9-11 Nov 2016
 
10th Global Symposium on ICT use in Education
Seoul, Korea
7-8 Nov 2016
 
ICT4ED Policy Review Working Group Meeting 2016: “Transition of Textbooks: What comes next”
Seoul, Korea
3-4 Nov 2016
 
 
Innovations to Bridge the Educational Digital Divide (China): 2016 China Education Innovation 20+ Forum Annual Conference
Beijing, China
18-20 Oct 2016 2016 mEducation Alliance Annual Symposium
U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington, DC
13 July 2016
 
Mobile Money & Education
A conversation with CGAP, USAID & the World Bank
6 July 2016
 
 
Learning ‘on-the-go, anytime, anywhere’ – addressing global challenges through mobile learning: Lessons from Cell-Ed
Washington, DC
June 22, 2016
 
Education Reimagined: Sal Khan & the Khan Academy (DEC Lecture Series)
Washington, DC
May 31, 2016 Smartphone Technology: School Mapping & Monitoring in Ghana
Washington, DC
May 4, 2016 Digital Technology for the Education of Displaced Children in the Middle East and North Africa: Promise, Projects, Perils of ICT
Washington, DC
April 1, 2016 Global Learning XPRIZE Team Summit @ The World Bank
Washington, DC
February 22, 2016 Strategies for tackling the high cost and low availability of textbooks:
The role of ICTs as supplemental teaching & learning materials in Sub-Saharan Africa

Washington, DC
February 16, 2016 Educational cartoons to promote learning across East Africa: Lessons from Ubongo
Washington, DC
January 27, 2016 Are students prepared for the digital world?
Washington, DC
January 27, 2016 Remote Teaching: How Schools in Uruguay are being taught English by 
teachers in Argentina -- and the UK & the Philippines
Lessons from the British Council

online

 

2015

December 17, 2015 Can Information Technology Improve School Effectiveness in Haiti?
Washington, DC
November 5, 2015

Educational Cartoons to Promote ECD
Washington, DC

November 4-6, 2015 9th Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education
Seoul, Korea
October 28-30, 2015 2015 mEducation Alliance International Symposium
Washington, DC
October 13, 2015 Radio Instruction for ECD
Washington, DC
October 8, 2013 CAT-based School Graduation Exams: Lessons from Computer Adaptive Testing in Georgia
Tbilisi, Georgia
September 28, 2015 Games for Parenting Education
Washington, DC
September 17, 2015 FabLabs for STEM Education, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship:  Practical lessons from Kenya
Washington, DC
August 4, 2015 Learning from Pilots and Scaling Up: Integrating Technology in Classrooms in Nepal
Washington, DC
July 30, 2015 A new approach for teaching and learning in The Gambia: Digital content and platforms for STEM subjects 
Washington, DC
July 8, 2015 ALISON: The original MOOC provider? Lessons from the world's largest global online workplace skills training provider for learners in developing countries
Washington, DC
June 18, 2015 ICT for Higher Education: The Case of Tajikistan
Washington, DC
June 5, 2015 Machines as Amplifiers: How a Simple Theory Explains Digital Technology's Role in Global Development
Washington, DC
May 28, 2015 Local Monitoring of Teacher Attendance using Mobile Phone Technology:  Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ugandan Primary Schoolsr 
Washington, DC
May 26-27, 2015 International Workshop on Information and Communication Literacy Test
Yerevan, Armenia
May 5-6, 2015 China - World Bank Dialogue on Technology Use in Education
Beijing, China
May 5, 2015 Games as Development Solutions
Washington, DC
April 28-30, 2015 ESDP: EMIS-ICT in East Asia & the Pacific
Nadi, Fiji
April 14, 2015

Learning from two USAID initiatives to support innovations in education: the All Children Reading Grand Challenge and the Mobiles for Education (mEducation) Alliance
Washington, DC

March 11, 2015 Call Me Educated: Evidence from a Mobile Monitoring Experiment in Niger
Washington, DC
February 10-13, 2015 EMIS-ICT ESDP program
Washington, DC
February 5, 2015 Interactive Audio Instruction improves access to early learning: 
Lessons from low-income and fragile states

Washington, DC
January 18-21, 2015 Education World Forum
London, UK