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Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel

The Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (GEEAP) aims to knit together expertise into a global group that can provide guidance on education, broadly for low- and middle-income countries. The GEEAP is co-hosted by the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development OfficeUNICEFUSAID, and the World Bank. It consists of leading international researchers and practitioners who have contributed to and applied the burgeoning evidence base in education. Its recommendations have a sound evidentiary basis.

Panelists have been selected for their expertise in generating and using good evidence in education. Panelists are drawn from among economists, educationalists, psychologists, and policymakers.

A full list of panel members and more information on GEEAP can be found on their webpage Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (worldbank.org).

The most recent Panel reports:

2023 – Cost-Effective Approaches to Improve Global Learning

Download a copy of the new 2023 “Smart Buys” report

2022 – Prioritizing Learning During COVID-19

Download Prioritizing Learning During COVID-19: The Most Effective Ways to Keep Children Learning During and Post-Pandemic in different languages:

English | French | Spanish | Arabic

GEEAP’s role as part of the What Works Hub for Global Education

The What Works Hub for Global Education works closely with the GEEAP, particularly regarding evidence translation (pillar 1). The Hub contributes to the evidence base used by the GEEAP to produce its reports, and engages with the panel extensively to ensure alignment. The Hub supports dissemination of the Panel’s papers and technical debates, and uses the findings to support evidence-informed planning and delivery of education reforms in country. The GEEAP and What Works Hub for Global Education also collaborate around the organisation of global, regional and national evidence events and the dissemination and promotion of GEEAP products.

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Our work will directly affect up to 3 million children, and reach up to 17 million more through its influence.

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