Soumaya Maghnouj

Secondee, Inclusive and Quality Education Section UNESCO Asia-Pacific

Soumaya Maghnouj is a Policy Analyst at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Soumaya is currently on secondment assignment at the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education where she works with the Inclusive and Quality Education Section on topics related to the learning recovery post COVID-19 and teaching and learning policies. At UNESCO, Soumaya contributed to the development of the content of the 2nd Asia-Pacific Regional Education Ministers’ Conference (APREMC-II) held in Bangkok in June 2022. Prior to her secondment at UNESCO, Soumaya has been working for over eight years at the OECD’s Education Directorate where she led policy reviews and technical assistance projects to support partner countries develop capacity on evaluation and assessment, school governance and teacher policy. A French and Moroccan national, Soumaya has a Master’s degree in Economics and Public Policy from Sciences-Po Paris.


Leadership Summit Agenda Sessions

Equitable access to ensure education for all

This panel discussion will unpack the nuanced challenges surrounding access to education, drawing on a range of initiatives and case study examples from across the region to highlight best practices for ensuring a high-quality, sustainable distance learning provision and equitable access to all students.

Tuesday 11 October 16:30 - 17:00 K12 Stream

Inclusion

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 16:30 10/11/2022 17:00 Equitable access to ensure education for all

This panel discussion will unpack the nuanced challenges surrounding access to education, drawing on a range of initiatives and case study examples from across the region to highlight best practices for ensuring a high-quality, sustainable distance learning provision and equitable access to all students.

K12 Stream Asia/Shanghai

Bett Asia 2022 VIP Programme Sessions

Equitable access to ensure education for all

School closures have significantly hindered pre-pandemic efforts and initiatives to improve access to education across Asia. A recent report by UNICEF and UNESCO estimated that at least 28 percent, or 220 million pre-primary to upper secondary students in the region, are not being reached, with marginalised, hard-to-reach students from rural settings being disproportionately affected.

Tuesday 11 October 16:30 - 17:00 K12 Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 16:30 10/11/2022 17:00 Equitable access to ensure education for all

School closures have significantly hindered pre-pandemic efforts and initiatives to improve access to education across Asia. A recent report by UNICEF and UNESCO estimated that at least 28 percent, or 220 million pre-primary to upper secondary students in the region, are not being reached, with marginalised, hard-to-reach students from rural settings being disproportionately affected.

K12 Stream Asia/Shanghai

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