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Event
  • 21.11.2023

14th Policy Dialogue Forum

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Addressing global teacher shortages: Dignifying, diversifying and valorizing the profession

 

Replay the Opening and Closing ceremonies, as well as all the plenary sessions

Consult the full resource pack from the Forum

Read the Global Report on Teachers - Addressing teacher shortages and transforming the profession

Read the Recommendations of the UNSG High-Level Panel on the Teaching Profession 

Read the event concept note

Consult the practical information if you are participating in person

Consult the programme for the event

 

The 14th Policy Dialogue Forum was held from 26-28 February 2024 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Co-hosted by the Teacher Task Force and the Ministry of Basic Education of the Republic of South Africa, the Forum focused on the theme Addressing global teacher shortages: Dignifying, diversifying and valorizing the profession. It brought together over 400 participants from across the globe, including policymakers, educators and education stakeholders, to discuss common challenges causing teacher shortages, effective policy solutions, and future transformative strategies to elevate the status of teaching profession.

Central to the Forum’s agenda was the official launch of the first Teacher Task Force & UNESCO Global Report on Teachers - Addressing teacher shortages and transforming the profession. Highlighting a need for 44 million additional teachers by 2030 to achieve universal primary and secondary education, the Report emphasizes the urgency of the challenge and offers actionable, data-driven solutions. Watch the launch of the Global Report on Teachers here.

The Forum also featured the launch of the Recommendations of the UNSG High-Level Panel on the Teaching Profession, which presents a roadmap for transforming the teaching profession and meeting the needs of the future, aligned with the Global Report on Teachers.

Read more about the 14th Policy Dialogue Forum.

Organized since 2010 by the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030, the Policy Dialogue Forum is a global platform for education stakeholders, which aims to foster advocacy, knowledge exchange, peer learning and monitoring of progress towards target 4.c of SDG 4 on teachers and teaching. Read the report from the last Policy Dialogue Forum here.

Event
  • 21.11.2023

14th Policy Dialogue Forum

14th PDF logo

 

Addressing global teacher shortages: Dignifying, diversifying and valorizing the profession

 

Replay the Opening and Closing ceremonies, as well as all the plenary sessions

Consult the full resource pack from the Forum

Read the Global Report on Teachers - Addressing teacher shortages and transforming the profession

Read the Recommendations of the UNSG High-Level Panel on the Teaching Profession 

Read the event concept note

Consult the practical information if you are participating in person

Consult the programme for the event

 

The 14th Policy Dialogue Forum was held from 26-28 February 2024 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Co-hosted by the Teacher Task Force and the Ministry of Basic Education of the Republic of South Africa, the Forum focused on the theme Addressing global teacher shortages: Dignifying, diversifying and valorizing the profession. It brought together over 400 participants from across the globe, including policymakers, educators and education stakeholders, to discuss common challenges causing teacher shortages, effective policy solutions, and future transformative strategies to elevate the status of teaching profession.

Central to the Forum’s agenda was the official launch of the first Teacher Task Force & UNESCO Global Report on Teachers - Addressing teacher shortages and transforming the profession. Highlighting a need for 44 million additional teachers by 2030 to achieve universal primary and secondary education, the Report emphasizes the urgency of the challenge and offers actionable, data-driven solutions. Watch the launch of the Global Report on Teachers here.

The Forum also featured the launch of the Recommendations of the UNSG High-Level Panel on the Teaching Profession, which presents a roadmap for transforming the teaching profession and meeting the needs of the future, aligned with the Global Report on Teachers.

Read more about the 14th Policy Dialogue Forum.

Organized since 2010 by the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030, the Policy Dialogue Forum is a global platform for education stakeholders, which aims to foster advocacy, knowledge exchange, peer learning and monitoring of progress towards target 4.c of SDG 4 on teachers and teaching. Read the report from the last Policy Dialogue Forum here.

Presentation
  • pdf
  • 31.10.2023

Making teacher policy work

Presentation by Ezequiel Molina, Senior Economist in the Education Global Practice, World Bank, at the online workshop Global pathways to an attractive teaching profession, that was held on 6th...
Presentation
  • pdf
  • 31.10.2023

Making teacher policy work

Presentation by Ezequiel Molina, Senior Economist in the Education Global Practice, World Bank, at the online workshop Global pathways to an attractive teaching profession, that was held on 6th...
Presentation
  • pdf
  • 31.10.2023

Making teacher policy work

Presentation by Ezequiel Molina, Senior Economist in the Education Global Practice, World Bank, at the online workshop Global pathways to an attractive teaching profession, that was held on 6th...
Presentation
  • pdf
  • 31.10.2023

Making teacher policy work

Presentation by Ezequiel Molina, Senior Economist in the Education Global Practice, World Bank, at the online workshop Global pathways to an attractive teaching profession, that was held on 6th...