Inclusive Quality Education for All: Is the World on Track?

Pauline Rose


Pauline Rose joined Cambridge University in February 2014 as Professor of International Education, where she is Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre in the Faculty of Education. She is the current President of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE). She is also Senior Research Fellow at the UK Department for International Development. Prior to joining Cambridge, Pauline was Director of the UNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report (from August 2011) during which time she directed two reports on youth, skills and work, and on teaching and learning. Before joining the EFA Global Monitoring Report, Pauline was Reader in international education and development at the University of Sussex.

Pauline is author of numerous publications on issues that examine educational policy and practice, including in relation to inequality in access and learning, financing and governance, and the role of international aid. She has worked on large collaborative research programmes with teams in subā€Saharan Africa and South Asia examining these issues. Throughout her career, she has worked closely with international aid donors and non-governmental organisations, providing evidence-based policy advice on a wide range of issues aimed at fulfilling commitments to inclusive quality education for all.


KN-2 » BAICE Plenary (15:30 - Wednesday, 6th September, South School)