The term education luminaries was formally launched out of hong kong's yidan prize 2020 -the opportunity for any expertise to contribute to education illustrated by yidan having mades its partnership director the professor who9 is also one stanford "resident entrerpreneurs" - thus tech, psychology, everything standard as stood for as futur4e of california youth (see founding of stanfor by governor who teenage son died of infectious disease while on a family tour of europe; and note stanford alumni coined moores law 1965; rebranded the region silicon valley 1972; co-hosted the pacific's ai labs as legacy of von neumann from 1960 with boston the atlantic facing ai netwo0rk). - partly as a legacy of fazle abed. While terminology may vary - it is shocking that the world did not really have an annual education laureates platform until launched by qatar's first lady 2012. Since then three and a half 2.0 education summits have emerged - by which we mean the summits compound learning curves and are not just a conference producers attaraction of the moment
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yidan (launched by yidan whom made billions co-fopund ten cent but left to make hong kong epiecentre of world futures of education 2016 - we first noticed a large contingent of yidan co-workers wise beijong 2016. A secret of wise is is hosted at the nations leafing conference centre which itself is on the periphery of education city - a campus for designing future of education at all ages with qatar foundation - which is both the country's and the region development foundation (connecting eg forst ladues concerened with refugeee, women and other education cahllenges). For several yeras qatar was the UN hub linking 40+ national partners of innovating refugee education (always an issue of sir fazle abed which had started as the nation became indesndendt and to this day knows more about rohinga refugees from myanmar's border (made potentially worse si8nce the colapse oy myanmar people's freedom 2020)
we sya three and a half- as varkley's networkl started hosting million dolar teacher prize- while hosted in dubai varkey's money was made by turning the uk into a lab for multiracial private schools; while the million dolar prize is waarded to one teacher - it is designed aroiund celebrating a year's cohort of 100 teacjhuers- understanding the breadth of ways edgy teachers are engaging comn munities in cghanging educationmakes varkey an unique source; unfortunately the several year blockade of qatar caused all the un braches of education and youth to take back their association of refugee education innovation; and out of dubai to launch www.rewired2021.com which also coincided with elarning week of the 5 month dubai expoe (norally expos occur every 5 years - dubai's was delayed due to covid - this make the relay between dubai ending march 2012 and prepping japans expo 2025 unique- with this also connecting:
leap forwards needed post covid and to address climatye
connections japan had hope to make massively real witg g20 and olympics but covid rurned virtual
Thaanks to the first lady of Qatar the UAE is becoming of the nost curious hubs in the world L are we co-creaing a future for millennial generation - more than any one single person sir frazle abed has been mobilising asian vilage women (making partnership platforms wher4e the world can look at aid - its business models for human development). We wnet to bangaldesh 16 times in Abed's last 10 years and participated in wise summits in qatart, beihing, madrid to understand what happens when a place leaps forward by asking all of its exoerts ro illuminate how education as much as finance is everything as far as intergenerational growth/sustainability maps
DOHA: The second edition of the WISE publication will explore the association between education and work. The WISE book 2012 will discuss about how the line between work and education is changing due to different reasons.
The book will be launched at WISE 2012 conference, which will be held from November 13 to 15 under the theme ‘Collaborating for Change.’
The book focuses on projects and inspiring personal stories that emerge from 14 high-impact initiatives around the world that were identified through the networks of the WISE community, including WISE Awards winners.
WISE commissioned three innovation specialists - Valerie Hannon, Sarah Gillinson and Leonie Shanks- to research and write this topical study, which is illustrated by award-winning photographer Reza Deghati and is published by Bloomsbury.
More than 1,000 education, corporate, political and social leaders, from over 100 countries will explore how collaboration can become the driving force of innovation in education and of designing long-term strategies for its renewal.
WISE 2012 will launch a significant new initiative that will be a practical and powerful step towards getting 61 million children into school.
Also the summit will include new session formats such as, Common Ground sessions, where participants will engage in informal discussion around an area of common interest; forums that will encourage lively discussions around a chosen theme; and WISE Initiative sessions, dedicated to showcasing WISE programmes.
Speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds will chair and moderate the sessions at WISE 2012 exploring current educational challenges and highlighting innovative solutions. They will include Saul Nassé, Controller, BBC Learning, UK, Dr Harry Anthony Patrinos, Lead Education Economist, the World Bank, Xue Mingyang, Director General, Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, China, Nabil Habayeb, President and CEO, GE in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and Fazle Hasan Abed, Founder and Chairperson, BRAC, Bangladesh.
Also in another move, thirty more outstanding young people from around the world will soon be joining the WISE Learners’ Voice Program. The names of the 2012 generation of Learners will be announced at the beginning of next month. The programme brings the all important views of students to the task of rethinking education.
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