Debates and Propositions around Education and Skills Post-2015 (part 1)


By Kenneth King and Robert Palmer, NORRAG.

This is part 1 of a two-part blog series on education and skills post-2015. Read part 2 here.

Competition and Collaboration around Post-2015

The race to the post-2015 finishing line is more complicated than the 2012 Olympics. Some runners seem to have already started the race in 2009, 2010 or 2011; others haven’t started at all. Though it is said to be a global event, most of the current participants and competitors are from the more developed economies. It is assumed that there will be prizes but no one seems to know how many. Confusingly, there is a main, general race, but also an education race. Finally, education and skills are hoping to be in both races and get at least one of the prizes in the main race, and many prizes in the education race; but it is not clear which prizes…

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