1399-1400-1401At the Learning for All Symposium organised by the World Bank, global players came together to find some answers to two major questions: How can we solve the global learning crisis and how do we prepare young people for the 21st century marketplace? The second of these two questions was tackled in the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report: Putting education to work. The first was addressed in the 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report: Achieving quality for all.
Here lays out the 10 strategies from that Report, which are based on the evidence of successful policies, programmes, strategies from a wide range of countries and educational environments. By implementing these reforms, countries can ensure that all children and young people, especially the disadvantaged, receive the good quality education they need to realize their potential and lead fulfilling lives.
1. Fill teacher gaps.
2. Attract the best candidates to teaching.
3. Train teachers to meet the needs of all children.
4. Prepare teacher educators and mentors to support teachers.
5. Get teachers to where they are needed most.
6. Use a competitive career and pay structure to retain the best teachers.
7. Improve teacher governance to maximize impact.
8. Equip teachers with innovative curricula to improve learning.
9. Develop classroom assessments to help teachers identify and support students at risk of not learning.
10. Provide better data on trained teachers.
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