Tony Blair And David Sengeh to Speak on ‘Time For a World Education Service’

The minister of Education and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be in the panel to discuss on how technology is super-charging global education efforts as the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change launch its latest paper that argues, that there has never been a more important moment to create a World Education Service.

The global education crisis is real and urgent. Today, over 258 million children and young people are out of school and, post-Covid, 1 in 7 10-year-olds would struggle to read a simple text. Without radical action, we won’t even come close to achieving UN SDG4.

The program will be held this Thursday 28th July 2022 @ 12:00 – 12:45 BST to discuss what suitable solutions can we proffer to these global challenges

Join the exciting panel on the potential of tech to improve learning outcomes. Hybrid-tech, low-tech, no-tech, edtech… all will be discussed.

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Tony Blair – Executive Chairman | Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

David Moinina Sengeh – Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education and Chief Innovation Officer | Government of Sierra Leone

Paula Ingabire – Minister of Information Communication Technology and Innovation | Government of Rwanda

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Léa Steinacker – Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer | ada learning


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