As a child, Amel Karboul benefited when Tunisia invested one-fifth of its budget in education. Now, she’s paying it forward as a member of the Education Commission, an international collaboration to ensure that every child accesses school and learns. These are lofty goals, but Karboul posits that through solutions she outlines in this talk, they’ll be attainable within a single generation. getAbstract recommends this talk to policy makers, administrators and teachers.
In this summary, you will learn
- What factors comprise the global learning crisis,
- How the international Education Commission is addressing the crisis and
- What solutions will end it within one generation.
About the Speaker
Amel Karboul, PhD, was Tunisia’s first female minister of tourism. She is the author of Coffin Corner.
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