Learning in EOL

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Learning in Education Out Loud – Why? What? How?

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The EOL programme seeks to add value and contribute to stronger, more strategic, and relevant, institutionally healthy, and sustainable civil society organisations, coalitions and alliances that can influence the right to public, quality education for all, and strengthen transparency, social accountability, and civil society engagement in education policy dialogue.  

A wider aim of EOL learning efforts is to share lessons from EOL implementation with the wider education community, contributing knowledge as a global public good to inform practitioners, funders, and country level stakeholders in efforts to improve the inclusiveness, transparency and effectiveness of education sector policy and implementation. EOL therefore provides a set of learning opportunities and facilities to promote learning throughout.  


Read more about EOL’s approach to learning and capacity development here: Learning in EOL – Why? What? How?

EOL facilitates learning using three interlinked approaches:

3 Main Approaches

A variety of learning elements are implemented throughout the EOL programme cycle:


Learning elements