The Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (GEEAP) will publicly launch its “2023 Smart Buys: Cost-effective Approaches to Improve Global Learning Levels” report on Wednesday, June 21st.
This report is based on a systematic search of over 13,000 documents. It draws on the insights of over 400 rigorous, high-quality studies to offer policy-focused recommendations on how education systems in low- and middle-income countries can enhance learning and deal with learning losses and widening inequalities (gender, socioeconomic, and other).
Launched in July 2020, the GEEAP is an independent, cross-disciplinary body composed of leading education experts, including a Nobel prize-winning economist, and other global award winners, with a mandate to provide succinct, usable, and policy-focused recommendations to support decision-making on education. It is convened jointly by the UK FCDO, UNICEF, USAID and the World Bank.
Following the presentation by Panel members, there will be a discussion with representatives from ministries of education from several countries.