The International Commission on the Futures of Education has issued the new report ‘Education in a post-COVID world: Nine ideas for public action’. This publication proposes nine key ideas for navigating through the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath, presenting concrete actions today that will advance education tomorrow. These ideas invite debate, engagement and action by governments, international organizations, civil society, educational professionals, as well as learners and stakeholders at all levels. The International Commission on the Futures of Education was established by UNESCO in 2019 and is composed of thought leaders from the worlds of academia, science, government, business and education.
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I notice #6 focuses on open educational resources and open access digital tools, a topic covered in our seminar last week with Andrew Stapleton.
With thanks to Peter for passing this on.