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The inaugural Compare Forum Online version comes from contributions to Compare 43:6, which featured a special edition of the Compare Forum on Post-2015 Education and Development. We hope you enjoy reading these contributions and will leave your thoughts and comments below the individual posts.
- Post-2015 Education and Development: Contestation, Contradictions, and Consensus
- MDGs Post 2015
- Equity and Social Cohesion: the contribution of education to peacebuilding in the post 2015 development goals
- Education in Emergencies Post-2015: Insights from Quantitative Research
- Why well-trained and effective teachers should be central to education in the Post 2015 development agenda debate
- Secondary and Higher Education in the Post 2015 Framework
- Universal education or open education opportunities for all?
- Education and other sustainable development goals: a shifting agenda for comparative education
- Commonwealth Recommendations for the Post-2015 Development Framework for Education
- Post-2015 education agenda: student voices
- What’s being overlooked in the post-2015 Agenda for education?
- Designing/developing a measurement agenda for the post-2015 education goals
- Accelerating the Progress towards Universal Primary Education by Empowering Local Level Agencies and Strengthening Government Systems: A Case from Nigeria
- Millennium Development Goals’ Perverse Effects: Bridging the Gender Gap in Education in Mozambique
- Access and quality in elementary Education in India: challenges for a post 2015 education agenda
- An Educational Development Agenda for a Round Earth: Learning from Political Philosophy
- Questioning the role of Education for Sustainable Development in the Post 2015 Agenda
Two additional pieces from 43:6 on Post-2015 Education and Development are available on the Compare website: one from UNICEF/UNESCO and a second from the Basic Education Coalition (BEC) together with the Global Campaign for Education-US (GCE-US). You can find all the final printed versions of the 43:6 Forum here.