Session Four | Covid-19: The economic impacts of learning losses? How do we evaluate learning?

Online Webinar

Time: October 27th 9:30 am EDT (UTC-4) The economic crisis following the pandemic will push policy-makers to think harder about how to invest limited resources best, and how to strike a balance between resourcing the present and securing the future. Inevitably, this will mean reconciling the needs of people by demographics, geography and social background.

Session Three | Part Two – Higher Education: How do we finance the future of education and align resources with needs?

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Time September 22nd 9:30 am EDT (UTC-4) The economic crisis following the pandemic will push policy-makers to think harder about how to invest limited resources best, and how to strike a balance between resourcing the present and securing the future. Inevitably, this will mean reconciling the needs of people by demographics, geography and social background.

Session Three | Business Leaders & FWE’s Young Leaders: How do we finance the future of education and align resources with needs?

Online Webinar

Time September 15th 9:30 am EDT (UTC-4) The economic crisis following the pandemic will push policy-makers to think harder about how to invest limited resources best, and how to strike a balance between resourcing the present and securing the future. Inevitably, this will mean reconciling the needs of people by demographics, geography and social background.

Session Two | What can we do together?

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Time July 22 9 AM EDT (UTC-4) Education is still largely a domestic, if not local, field of public policy. But in this age of accelerations, we will only succeed through awareness-based collective action. The future will be with those education systems that don’t feel threatened by alternative ways of thinking but that are open

Session One | Education disrupted – education rebuilt: How does the pandemic shape the future of education?

Online Webinar

Webinar Series: Where Do We Go from Here? --Meet the Challenges Posed by COVID-19 Pandemic to the Future of Our Worldwide Education Infrastructure Over the past three months, 1.5 billion students and their parents learned that education must get urgently ready for the digital world. What lessons should we take from digital learning during the