The Nigerian Education Innovation Summit (NEDIS) 2016, a learning event convened by The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre and ExpandNet, with support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, brought together implementers of education innovations, social investors, funders, researchers, development partners, policymakers and public sector officials to address different challenges faced in scaling up education innovations in Nigeria.
Specifically, the event focused on the following thematic areas: i). Accountability and transparency in education policy, ii). Cros sectoral collaborations for scaling up education interventions, iii). Sustainability of education intervention design and funding, iv). Creativity in public leadership and v). Data and evidence for dissemination and advocacy.
Discussions at the summit evolved from the white paper review session and are synoptically presented herein.Education FinancingFragile and Conflict-Affected StatesInclusive EducationNigeriaDebate in global educationPolicy & Analysis