Explained: Why G20 Education Working Group is Crucial for All?

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The educational policies of the Group of Twenty (G20) are of global significance, as the group’s 19 countries and the European Union together represent two-thirds of the world’s population, 80 per cent of its economic output and 75 per cent of its trade.

Chandigarh (ABC Live): In 2022 the presidency of G20 group of the world's largest economies, including both industrialised and developing nations was handed to India.

ABC Research team is keeping close watch on all events of India’s G20 Presidency will publish a research report after New Delhi G20 summit 2023.

Before reporting on Education Working Group meeting is being held at Chennai, ABC Team working on India’s G20 Presidency refers a report submitted by G20 Indonesian presidency Education Working Group to the G20 Education Ministers at Bali in 2022.

The G20 Indonesian presidency Education Working Group report submitted to the G20 Education Ministers at Bali in year 2022 will pave way for G20 India’s Presidency for carrying forward to next level, Reports says;

The educational policies of the Group of Twenty (G20) are of global significance, as the group’s 19 countries and the European Union together represent two-thirds of the world’s population, 80 per cent of its economic output and 75 per cent of its trade. Given the varied size, income levels and regions of the 2022 G20 member and invited countries, an analysis of recent changes in educational policies and programming sheds significant light on the global direction of education reform, shaped as it is by numerous crises and the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Educational realities have changed significantly in the year since the G20 Italian Presidency of 2021. This time last year, efforts to vaccinate the population against COVID-19 dominated political agendas, and education systems continued to respond to surges in infection rates with partial and full school closures.

In the year since, programmes and policies have largely transitioned from crisis response to short- and long-term recovery measures, with the aim of building education systems back stronger, together.

The G20 Indonesian Presidency identified four priority areas for the submission of survey responses:

 (i) Universal Quality Education

(ii) Digital Technology

iii) Solidarity Partnerships

(iv)Future of Work

The report adopts a visual framework to analyze the ways in which these priority areas interact and influence one another.The Government of Indonesia put solidarity and partnerships at the core of its G20 Presidency education agenda, since the concept of mutual assistance, or gotong(work) royong (together), is an intrinsic feature of Indonesia’s approach to development.

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