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August GCE-US Coalition Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Ahmed Abdelhakim Hachelaf
17:29
Ahmed Abdelhakim Hachelaf Education Specialist Generations for Peace- Amman Jordan
Ian Robert Georges Macpherson
17:53
Hi everyone. Ian Macpherson from GPE, based in Washington DC. Happy to be here.
Christy Fellner
18:04
Christy Fellner, Director of Child Protection and Education Team at World Vision US. Based in DC
Amy Crompton
18:10
Hi everyone - I'm Amy Crompton - Global Education Specialist at Childhood Education International. Zooming in from Asheville, NC
Mohammad Muntasim Tanvir
18:39
Tanvir Muntasim, GPE. Based in DC. Looking forward to the discussions.
Christa Giesecke
19:11
Welcome everyone! This is Christa Giesecke at Global Campaign for Education-US
Emily Davis
19:40
Emily Davis, Strategy for Humanity, zooming from DC
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
20:40
Welcome, all! This is Jennifer Rigg with GCE-US. Please introduce yourselves here in the chat box.
Christa Giesecke
21:12
Please find above the file with the full agenda and speaker bios. We're looking forward to many exciting presentations.
Steve Luke | FHI 360
22:10
Hello everyone, this is Steve Luke, Senior Technical Advisor, Global Education at FHI 360.
Steven Klees
22:22
Hi, Steve Klees, faculty in the International Education Policy program, University of Maryland and member of TAP, The Alternatives Project
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
24:34
This larger file provides all presentations, materials and links referenced, thanks to speakers and partners.
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
24:58
Please share questions for speakers here - we’d love to hear from all of you!
Oluwafunmilayo Olalusi
25:43
Good afternoon to organizers and presenters and co-participants. Oluwafunmilayo Olalusi from Nigeria.
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
29:14
For future reference, here’s the KIX video link: https://youtu.be/Wm60b3sKaqE
Bhim BK
29:18
Good morning everyone!Bhim BK, PDRC International
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
29:38
Welcome! Please share your questions/comments for speakers here.
Natacha Hippolyte
33:10
Is there a possibility of collaboration on inclusive education projects in Mauritius? if so what would be the procedure?
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
33:23
File with meeting materials and links, as Ian just referenced.
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
34:30
https://www.globalpartnership.org/news/gpe-knowledge-and-innovation-exchange-kix-awards-22-grants-respond-education-challenges
Meghan Hussey
34:48
Has disability inclusion been incorporated into any of those thematic areas?
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
35:38
https://www.gpekix.org
Steven Klees
36:46
Ian, how does KIX deal with the fact that knowledge, "best practice" is always debated? Critiques of the World Bank's SABER, GEEAP, and Dashboard make this clear. What is the relation of KIX to these efforts?
Natacha Hippolyte
39:10
Thank youuuuu <3
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
42:08
Thank you!
Tricia Wind
42:18
Absolutely, Steven Klees - KIX projects always start with an analysis how promising or proven innovation for education might be need to be adapted and locally contextualized in order to have optimal impact in different places, for different people.
Steven Klees
43:26
Being oriented to national policymakers demand for knowledge doesn't get around that the knowledge they seek is debated as is "optimal impact."
Margaret Butler (she/her) - AMPLIFY Girls
43:42
Thank you!
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
45:09
Happy 20th!
Bhim BK
47:50
Under the inclusive education, is there any specific priorities for “Dalit” children’s access to education who are still discriminated and excluded. Specially for Nepal. This is is more talked but neglected in practice. So, there should be special program for Dalit school and higher education.
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
50:36
https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit
Steven Klees
52:55
Ian, how much is KIX look at what is "good practice" is determined by research focused on test score improvement -- which is only a very narrow slice of what education good practice should be oriented to?
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
54:41
Thank you, Antara for that exciting presentation!
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
54:46
How can meaningfully integrating gender-responsive education sector planning early on reduce the enrollment drop off you mentioned of girls at the secondary education level?
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
58:04
Indeed, the response really needs to be multi-sectoral and inclusive. Thank you for highlighting that!
Katie Bous
58:09
Thank you for the presentation! To what extent are you looking at financial barriers to girls’ access, esp school fees?
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:00:01
Thank you!
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:00:40
https://www.amplifygirls.org/updates-on-our-work/2021/6/14/understanding-the-barriers-to-girls-school-return-girls-voices-from-the-frontline-of-the-covid19-pandemic-in-east-africa
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:10:48
Questions about the Understanding the Barriers to Girls' School Return: Girls' Voices from the Frontline of the COVID-19 Pandemic in East Africa study?
Ian Robert Georges Macpherson
01:10:50
@Steve: I agree education good practice is broader than test score improvement. KIX is not overtly focused on how different organizations conceptualize evidence and/or good/best practice.
Antara Ganguli UNGEI
01:12:21
What was the weight of "can't go because of caregiving/ livelihood earning" reasons for girls who are mothers to not go to school versus "scared of stigma, not allowed, can't catch up"?
Tyehimba Turner
01:13:37
^^^Have the same question
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:16:18
Thanks Bhim BK for highlighting the importance of inclusive education for Dalit children earlier: Under the inclusive education, is there any specific priorities for “Dalit” children’s access to education who are still discriminated and excluded? Specially for Nepal. This is is more talked but neglected in practice. So, there should be special program for Dalit school and higher education.
Antara Ganguli UNGEI
01:16:23
Colleagues, I have to leave now for another meeting. Thank you very much for this opportunity!
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:16:30
Has anyone come across such programming?
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:16:47
Thank you very much for joining us and presenting, Antara!! It was a pleasure having you on the call.
Tyehimba Turner (UNICEF USA)
01:18:16
I also have to run. Thank you. Will watch recording.
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:18:32
Thank you for joining!
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:18:42
We will send out all of the resources in a follow-up email.
Anne Sellers, CRS
01:19:44
Thank you for all of these interesting and informative presentations - really appreciate all of the sharing!
Emily Vargas-Baron
01:20:20
Very interesting presentation. Were any services provided for the infants of adolescent girls, who tend to be pre-term and/or low in birth weight and developmentally delayed? Also attention to the girls’ needs for child care and parenting education and support? Essentially, a two-generation approach…
Edward Winter
01:20:54
World Vision has a SIKHAI project in Nepal that is focused on inclusive education and does take into account caste as one of the vulnerabilities (with faith, disability and gender). I don't have the details on detailed specific activities to address their specific needs. If you email me I can link you to our project manager. ewinter@worldvision.org
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:21:21
Full report at: https://www.amplifygirls.org/s/AMPLIFY-Girls-Promising-Practices.pdf
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:21:40
Thank you, Edward!
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:23:58
More about Magis Americas: https://www.magisamericas.org/
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:30:51
Questions / comments for Mariana?
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:36:07
Hi Mariana, sounds like such a great initiative! You mentioned the online modality and I was curious about how the physical representation of a red chair representing out-of-school children could be made evident online. Have most of the schools in the settings Magis works in returned to in-person classes for the children at this point?
Jennifer Rigg, Global Campaign for Education-US
01:44:29
Thank you, all!
Shahidul Islam
01:44:31
Just on a personal note, my book, The Political Economy of Education in South Asia: Fighting Poverty, Inequality and Exclusion, will be published soon by the University of Toronto Press…it will be available in market in four form…
Ian Robert Georges Macpherson
01:44:33
Thanks for including us. Goodbye everyone.
Oluwafunmilayo Olalusi
01:44:33
Very informative and illuminating presentations
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:44:40
https://bit.ly/SeptCoalitionMeeting
Ernestine NGO MELHA, PhD (AAEEH)
01:44:46
Thank you!
Christa Giesecke, GCE-US
01:44:48
For the next coalition meeting on September 29th
donald.wertlieb@tufts.edu
01:44:49
Thanks for the excellent presentations