On July 28, the Center for Universal Education hosted a consultation on the strategies behind, and practical implementation of, national education accounts (NEAs). NEAs are a tool for measuring, analyzing, and reporting expenditures on education from a multitude of sources within a country. They offer powerful information for policymakers and other stakeholders in education, including civil society, and they can enhance transparency and accountability.
Representatives from the Education for All-Fast Track Initiative, UNESCO, USAID, World Bank, and implementing partners gave presentations on education financing and Jacques van der Gaag moderated the discussion.
Education for All-Fast Track Initiative
Head of Education Indicators and Data Analysis - UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Co-Director, World Development Report 2018 - World Bank
Creative Associates International
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There’s always a lot of creativity in how education is delivered. A school could be under a tree, could be inside someone’s home. It could be in a mosque or a church, it could be anywhere young people can gather safely with adults who can instruct them.