The Nigerian Education Innovation Summit 2016, a two-day summit taking place in Abuja from 18-19 July, 2016, organised by The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre and ExpandNet with support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, will bring together stakeholders from education and other development sectors to address challenges facing basic education in Nigeria. Stakeholders will discuss how systematic approaches to project implementation and the development of scale-up strategies can lead to greater expansion and institutionalization of education interventions. The objectives of the summit are:
- To reach consensus on the main challenges and solutions for scaling up successful innovations to address access to and quality of education in Nigeria
- To provide a venue for education sector stakeholders to review a presentation of key ideas from a draft white paper on designing and implementing education interventions
- To expose a diverse group of education sector stakeholders to global guidance on scale up and how such guidance is being applied. Read more.