Agunloye featured in Augusta Chronicle for his ongoing advising work with United Nations

Georgia Regents University professor Olajide Agunloye is working to ensure students have access to affordable and high quality schools in countries all across the globe.

Click here to read about his work with the United Nations, and education for children everywhere.

Agunloye is one of 150 professionals from 55 countries chosen to serve on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) High Level Global Forum on Education, where members are outlining policy suggestions for higher education across the world.

The forum met in Paris in June, where Agunloye and his colleagues drafted proposals that will be presented to the United Nations in the fall. The U.N. will then advise individual countries and hold government officials accountable for implementing the changes.

 

 

 

 

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