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Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis

Quality Education Task Team

The Quality Education Task Team is inactive at this time.

From its onset, INEE has emphasized the need to ensure quality of education in crisis and post-crisis settings.  Most recently, INEE undertook a consultative process to develop the INEE Guidance Notes on Teaching and Learning in 2009-2010.  Likewise, INEE members have named quality education as a key strategic area for INEE’s 2011-2013 Strategic Plan, ultimately calling for the creation of an INEE Task Team on Quality Education. 


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    Afghan classroom, 2006, source unknown

Task Team Goals and Objectives



Task Team Membership

INEE task team membership is voluntary, and members join as individuals, not through an organizational affiliation. INEE members with interest and expertise in the thematic area of a task team may indicate their interest in joining the task team by directly contacting the co-conveners of the task team.

If you cannot commit to being a task team member (8 hours per month), but you would like to stay informed about the work, you can join any of the INEE thematic email lists.

If you are interested in this work but are not yet a member of INEE, please join us -

Ongoing Work


Key Resources