“I very much liked the business case-based teaching method. Business cases will be very useful for vocational college students, as real-life examples are much better in inspiring them to start their own business.”“As business cases are based on real-life examples from Georgia, using them in entrepreneurship classes will make them much more amusing for students to attend.”

These are just a few of many comments from teachers who attended a two-day workshop named “Business Case-Based Teaching” held at ISET on the 11th and 12th of January. The workshop was held under the project “Strengthening Entrepreneurial Education and Training in Formal TVET System in Georgia” commissioned by Millennium Challenge Account Georgia (MCA) and implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.

On 30 November 2017, the ISET Policy Institute hosted a High-Level Education Action Event which was the third in a series of education policy dialogues focused on general education. This time, the event was held in partnership with UNICEF and the World Bank, as well as with key SDG 4 stakeholders to drive a new push for inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all. Through thorough analyses of findings from PISA and TIMSSstudies, the event highlighted the growing momentum around the implementation of SDG 4. It attempted to galvanize the efforts of the leading education stakeholders and raise awareness about the obstacles and opportunities for achieving universal access to quality education for all girls and boys.

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