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Published on Jul 22, 2016
On July 4, the Education Commission convened in Oslo, Norway to discuss next steps and review the findings of our researchers, global consultations and feedback from our Youth Panelists. At the meeting, several of our Commissioners shared their thoughts on the mission and how we can properly move forward once the recommendations are released in September.
In this conversation with Julia Gillard, Chair, Global Partnership for Education; Former Prime Minister, Australia and Commissioner, the Education Commission, the Commissioner shares what she believes is one of the strongest themes from the report. She believes the biggest thing a country can do is to improve the quality of its whole education system. High performing education systems can get children learning even when there are constraints about poverty.