which of these dimensions interest you most?
4.1 adult-lifelong edu- this is where billion womens empowerment began in 1972- why women and infants were literally starving to death in villages- so almost everyone fazle abed hired for a skill a village woman could make a business put of - eg growing rice, tending for 6 families infants while other village mothers worked on agriculture, learning oral rehydration; ; some adults started asking could they train to be teachers of kids 6-10
4.2 classrooms with one village and 25 kids aged 6-11 took off in mid 1980s - 30000 skills were franchised- hapines, confidence, peer to peer montessori style was the culture
4.3 resources for designing edu for teens were much more constrined- what took off was peer to peer apprentice spaces for particular skills as well as scholarships for those who made the most of primary; the whole area of non-classroom secondary matters everywhere that there is a livelihood mismatch- for 15 yeqrs now we have estimated the world is short of nearly 100 million last mile health workers- covid may have shown thats an under-estimate; secondary girls apprentice clubs have proved particularly successful in clarifying what skiils teens most want; finding enough trainers has been relatively simple for brac in bangladesh since most brac co-workers recruited as trainers in villages-
5.3 brac internet from 1996 was the first time brac could search for 2.0 partners - previously there was no point hiring trainers / attracting investors unless solutions worked in villages without electricity-now brac had both second Generation To support eg village daughters moving to cities as well as possibility of experimenting with solar and mobile in villages- the need was for brac university - now brac could offer deep learning: village research and connect university research around the world with 4.4 new uni (squared now alumni of abed could blend the 6 age groups of traditional real education with anything digitall connections with mother earth's urgent climate etc demands can offer
4.5 what new to the world masters of arts do you think abed chose first? early childhood education - can you think of reasons he valued this global innovation in addition to it being the one age group brac hadn't educationally served?
4.6 abed asked for his legacy to be a luminaries network- each luminary to bring a different piece of the jigsaw education is everything in developing peoples and nations