In October 2021, the British Council launched a series of monthly meetings with those responsible for public policy in the Caribbean and the Americas. In these, they reflected on current education needs and how they can become agents of change to improve their education systems.
Four meetings were held as part of the policy dialogue series: Remote teaching as a public policy, Continuing professional development for teachers, Education in the age of data and Hacking the system: computers and technology in schools.
Each meeting contributed conclusions, lessons learned and key proposals to assess the current context of education and develop practical projects that address the needs of teachers, learners, and all professionals in this sector.
We have compiled all the lessons learned and published them in a full report.