ECCN, INEE, JEiE, BEC, the CIES Education Conflict and Emergencies SIG, and the Education Equity Research Initiative invite you for a night of networking and our highly anticipated trivia activity with preeminent leaders and scholars from the field of education in conflict and emergencies. Invitations have been sent to all BEC member organizations. Addiitonal attendance is encouraged as space permits!
Date: April 16th
Location: Hyatt Regency San Francisco, 5 Embarcadero Center
Representatives from The Basic Education Coalition, Room to Read, World Learning and the Echidna Global Scholars Program at Brookings will present lessons learned in their work to advance progressive gender and girls’ education agendas in diverse socio-political contexts.
Date: Tue, April 16
Time: 1:30 to 3:00pm
Location: Hyatt Regency, Bay (Level 1), Bayview B
Full session description here
Towards the Design and Implementation of Comprehensive Primary Grade Literacy and Numeracy Programs. The authors of this resource will present findings from their review of the evidence base, lessons learned from comprehensive programs, and a potential research agenda during a 2-hour technical discussion.
Date: April 12
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: URC, 5404 Wisconsin Avenue, Ste. 800, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
The 8th annual mEducation Alliance symposium will focus on the role of the teacher and community educator, and how technology can provide greater support for their professional development, motivation, networking, and delivery of instruction in traditional and non-traditional educational settings. As in past symposia, this year’s event will include interactive sessions and networking opportunities.
Join the Education Equity Research Initiative for a discussion of recent progress and remaining challenges around data and evidence. Learn what new projects the Equity Initiative is working on and contribute to the work of advancing equity in education.
Participants will hear from leading Equity Initiative members on their efforts to generate data and evidence on equity at both a systems level and at a programmatic level for teaching and learning. The second part of the morning will consist of breakout group sessions to discuss what was learned during the presentations and ways forward for making progress on SDG4 and equity overall. Breakfast will be provided.
→ Breakfast, welcome and introduction
Part 1. Opening Presentations and Panels
→ Measuring Equity in Finance and Resource Allocation
→ Translating Tools for National Inclusion
→ Improving Equity and Inclusion in Teaching and Learning
Part 2. Breakout Group Discussions
a) Join experts for a roundtable discussion to dig deeper into financing for equity within national education systems and discuss ways to move the equity agenda forwards.b) Join experts in disability, gender, social-emotional learning for a teaching and learning discussion tackling the challenge of intersectionality. CLICK HERE to register for one of the breakout group discussions.