Report briefing: Recover Learning, Rebuild Education. Solutions to the Covid-19 Education crisis: a view from UK-based specialist education providers.
In advance of the Global Partnership for Education’s conference in early July, the BEI Education Working Group put on a special event for the London diplomatic corps to mark the release of a new edition of the Recover Learning, Rebuild Education report.
The BEI Education Working Group aims to incubate collaborative approaches and facilitate information sharing between its members.
The Education Working Group’s objectives are to:
- Work across multiple organisations to create an overview of the challenges in recovering education and learning attainment
- Provide practical examples and case studies of initiatives that have had a clear impact and address the key enablers identified by the Working Group
- Collaborate and share the working group output with global education bodies and their agencies, and create new partnerships to tackle the global lost learning crisis.
Every country in the world has seen an impact on its education system caused by the pandemic and is taking its own practical steps to rebuild and recover. In advance of the Global Partnership for Education’s conference in early July, the BEI Education Working Group put on a special event for the London diplomatic corps to mark the release of a new edition of the Recover Learning, Rebuild Education report.
The hour-long webinar provided diplomats and international civil servants with input and insights on some of the practical ways in which British based companies have been supporting Education systems around the world to recover from the global lost learning crisis. We were delighted to be joined by the Rt Hon Baroness Hooper CMG to provide opening remarks.