This publication on out-of-school-children (OOSC) in the Pacific is a timely and important contribution to consider interventions to ameliorate educational disparities in the region. A contemporary view of the nine Pacific Island Countries (PICs) that are also members of the Commonwealth are... read more
Perpectives on Open and Distance Learning: Addressing the Learning Needs of Out-of-School Children and Youths through the Expansion of Open Schooling makes a case for open schooling to be an integral part of future-looking education systems that will be more resilient to changing contexts and needs... read more
This publication is based mostly on various TEL projects in the last five years, presents diverse experiences of TEL from a critical research perspective, offering lessons that can be deployed elsewhere. The book’s 17 chapters provide success stories about the planned and systematic integration of... read more
Schooling has been associated with teachers and learners interacting in physical classrooms. However, when campuses close, alternative ways need to be found to ensure continuity of learning. This document explores how distance and online learning approaches can and have been used to support... read more
This report consolidates the findings from an overview of the skills demand, supply and gaps in four case study countries: Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda. This overview is informed by the attention given to skills development in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the... read more
Recognising the catastrophic effects of COVID-19 on millions of people who have become unemployed, or are on the verge of losing their jobs, Coursera, one of the world’s leading eLearning providers, has recently announced the Coursera Workforce Recovery Initiative as an immediate solution to... read more
Developed by Bob Moon, this Blueprint and Toolkit provides the guidance and supporting resources for a programme of around 12–15 weeks’ duration and includes a detailed framework that can be adapted to the context of a particular country, region, district or school. It targets institutions wishing... read more