High school is often a pivotal stage in a young person’s development, one where they formalize a sense of identity and make some early but important life decisions about careers and lifestyles. Context, relationships and expectations matter a great deal during this period—but so do the experiences and environments of the institution—most of which were inherited from decades or even centuries gone by.
How should we organize a high school? It’s a question being reconsidered as educators reflect on a year and a half of remote and hybrid learning and as society continues to change rapidly. There’s no single right answer to the question, solutions depend on goals and context.
The Flexible Learning Strategies for Out of School Children programme is a UNESCO initiative with the aim of supporting inclusive and quality education for every child in the region. Our goal is to reach the remaining and most vulnerable 5% of children with no access to education in the region and support quality improvements in learning for every child.
The contents, views and opinions expressed in the article on this website are those of the authors and speakers and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions held by UNESCO.
If you find that your content is being used incorrectly, please contact us at email@example.com. Any infringement was not done on purpose and will be rectified to all parties satisfaction.