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Photo courtesy of Building Tomorrow, Uganda
To support GSF members and the wider education community as they work through how to effectively deal with the pandemic, GSF is compiling and sharing practical and operational tools and resources.

All children should have access to quality education.

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About us

We aim to strengthen the education sector by working with non-state organisations in developing countries who are serving children from low income backgrounds.

About us

We aim to strengthen the education sector by working with non-state organisations in developing countries who are serving children from low income backgrounds.

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Our Members


Our 50 Members span 32 countries globally from India to Uganda to Brazil, collectively
running or supporting 17,000 schools who provide quality education to over 2.2 million children.


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What We Do

We create a thriving global network that supports our members to deliver quality education.

We facilitate a more conducive policy and funding environment for the non-state sector to transform student outcomes.

What We Do

We create a thriving global network that supports our members to deliver quality education.

We facilitate a more conducive policy and funding environment for the non-state sector to transform student outcomes.
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Photo courtesy of Bill Wegener, Unsplash, Uganda
“GSF is a gathering of high-bar individuals, everyone I spoke with really was about making sure they leave the students and communities they work with better than they found them.”
George Srour, Building Tomorrow

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Why non-state education requires support in the current pandemic

Since March, teachers from three non-state primary schools run by Peepul, serving low-income communities in south Delhi, have been attempting to reach over 1000 students who can no longer attend school during lockdown.

A Letter to America from Kids Around the World

We’re the 1.5 billion kids in 185 countries from around the world who also aren’t in school right now. When social distancing forced our school systems to close overnight, we thought, “Surely American know-how will save the day. What can we learn from our brothers and sisters in the United States?”

COVID-19 and the non-state education sector

A large and growing share of children in developing countries are educated outside of government schools – what will happen to these schools and their students in the current pandemic?




Experiencing GSF’s Peer Review from the Host Organisation’s Perspective

Bailey Thomson Blake, Chief of Schools at SPARK, invited peers from the GSF cohort to serve as critical friends and examine her organisation’s approach to support and develop Principals. In this post, she details her experience of hosting the pilot study.


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Global Schools Forum is incubated by Ark Ventures, part of the education charity Ark. Ark Ventures incubates, launches and supports organisations that have the potential to deliver widespread change in education and society. Ark is registered in England as Absolute Return for Kids (Ark) as a company limited by guarantee number 04589451 and charity number 1095322.
Global Schools Forum is incubated by Ark Ventures, part of the education charity Ark. Ark Ventures incubates, launches and supports organisations that have the potential to deliver widespread change in education and society. Ark is registered in England as Absolute Return for Kids (Ark) as a company limited by guarantee number 04589451 and charity number 1095322.


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