What if new ways of accounting, wider datasets and alliance across different sectors — beyond education — are the foundation for restructuring education financial
There is a growing concern that fiscal austerity caused by COVID-triggered recession will mean major budget cuts in education around the world, the consequences of which will
likely to fall disproportionately on the children of the poor, whose lives are already significantly more disrupted by the pandemic. If we are to prevent the SDG 4 Education
2030 agenda from being pushed back by a decade, we need to fundamentally shift how we think about finance and education.