“More innovative forms of financing – at both the domestic and the international level – must be found if Education for All is to become a reality,” argues Nicholas Burnett, former Director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report, in an article in Global magazine. “A key first step should be to establish a high-level international task force on education finance, following the successful example of the health sector, to raise the profile of education and education finance and to consider alternative ways of funding inclusive education.” Burnett, formerly Assistant Director-General for Education at UNESCO, leads the education group at the Results for Development Institute, where he is a principal and managing director.
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