The GEC Manifesto for education in practice

At Bett in January 2020, the Global Education Council came together on stage for the first time, sharing their vision and manifesto for the future of education. As part of a brand-new article series: 'The GEC Manifesto for education in practice,' the GEC members highlight how each of the manifesto areas is being actualised and explore how we can secure and drive education for all.  You can also learn more about our GEC members when we are 'in conversation with...' to hear about their thoughts on the future of education.

In conversation with... Vikas Pota

We spoke with Vikas Pota, Founder of T4 Education, who joins us to shares his thoughts on the future of education.

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As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Vikas Pota discusses important considerations for partnerships to drive the future of education.

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In conversation with... Jose Papa

We spoke with Jose Papa, Co-Founder, Trace Academia and Chairman of Bett Global Education Council about his thoughts on the future of education and EdTech.

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As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Jose Papa explores the manifesto point: Schools are communities not just buildings or processes.

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In conversation with... Cláudia Costin

We spoke with Cláudia Costin, Founder & Director, Centre for Excellence and Innovation in Education Policies, Getulio Vargas Foundation about her thoughts on education and EdTech.

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Cláudia Costin and Mark Sparvell explore the manifesto point: Universal access to technology should be part of every child’s right to education.

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In conversation with... Eric C Abrams



We spoke with Eric C Abrams, Chief Inclusion Officer, Stanford University Graduate School of Education about his thoughts on education, EdTech and his own experiences at school. 

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Eric C Abrams explores the manifesto point: We must support vulnerable children and communities who do not have equitable access to education to reduce the widening equity gap.

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In conversation with... Mark Sparvell



We spoke with Mark Sparvell, Director of Education Marketing, Microsoft about his thoughts on education, EdTech and his own experiences at school.

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Mark Sparvell explores the manifesto point: A unity of purpose is necessary to ensure access to high-quality education for all – particularly for learners in peril who lack physical safety and/or emotional wellbeing.

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In conversation with... Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE

We spoke with Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE, Global Director of Education, Kidzania about his thoughts on education, EdTech and his own experiences at school. 

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Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE explores the manifesto point: Global radical transformation in education is possible and it starts with the belief that everyone has the potential to learn.

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