Brookings Institute |
The report outlines four emerging global trends in education from COVID-19 and five proposed actions to guide the transformation of education systems.
“We intend to start a dialogue about what could be achieved in the medium to long term if leaders around the world took seriously the public’s demand for safe, quality schools for their children. Ultimately, we argue that strong and inclusive public education systems are essential to the short- and long-term recovery of society and that there is an opportunity to leapfrog toward powered-up schools.”Emiliana Vegas and Rebecca Winthrop
Emiliana Vegas and Rebecca Winthrop, Co-directors – Center for Universal Education Senior Fellow – Global Economy and Development