HG Wells - civilisation is a race between education and catastrophe:
coming how do the 51 years of alumni of fazke abed poverty aleviator collab match up with 76 years of the united nations - we map abed top36 hunicorn networks - being networks whose purpose is so life crital nobody wants to exit investment or politically quarrel over just replicating their services and improving access to their action learning

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

4.3 celebrating teen livelihood education networks

 In dinner conversation, abed said: its extremely good that commonwealth aid has contributed so much to primary schools but its a pity that the millennium goal blocks funding of secondary schools. Thats where livelihood education needs most innovation. This was 2012. It may partly explain why abed's solutions to 11+ education need quite a lot of searching. He tried to find partnerships wherever he could- see the extraordinary early teens girls jobs clubs in uganda lead partnered with mastercard foundation. A lot of work on various skills apprenticeships connected around bangladesh libraries can be found. 

Abed hoped  all the sdg goals hunicorns he developed would keep asking how are teens included? Notably the new university coalitions- please  make sure their community engagement included teenagers and in offering training on the futures of public service in bangladesh it shouldn't be forgotten that any place which advances sustainaility generation through the 2920s is going to have transorfem teen education.

refs: flow  freire
adam smith alumni review 225 year crisis of teenage education -jeffersons children by botstein vc of bard new uni coalition osun

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