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Training tools for curriculum development: reaching out to all learners: a resource pack for supporting inclusive education

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Founded in 1925 in Geneva, the International Bureau of Education (IBE) was fully integrated into UNESCO in 1969. Currently, its core mandate is the strengthening of capacities of Member States’ education systems for equitable and inclusive delivery of quality and development-relevant education as well as effective lifelong learning opportunities for all. This mandate is fulfilled in partnership with national governments, international organizations, NGOs, academic institutions, and other relevant stakeholders. As a global Centre of Excellence in Curriculum and related matters, the IBE is valued for its: expertise and cutting edge knowledge in curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment; leading role in global dialogue and advocacy for curriculum and related matters; normative and standard setting role in its areas of competence; innovation and laboratory of ideas in curriculum and related matters; evidence-based expert advice on policy and practice; global networks and communities of practice; professional and institutional development opportunities and rich education resources accumulated over many years.

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