Open Request for Proposals
Schools2030 Global Learning
Deadline: May 5th, 2021
The Aga Khan Foundation is looking for a new Global Learning Assessment Coordination Partner (GLACP) to lead the implementation of the Schools2030 Learning Assessment and Evaluation Strategy from June 2021 to June 2024.
The GLACP will provide coordinated leadership across three streams of work:
Coordination and leadership of Schools2030’s Global Learning Assessment Tools:
The GLACP will lead the oversight, quality assurance, and coordination of the development, piloting, implementation, validation and analysis of all Schools2030 learning assessment tools for the three age cohorts across ten countries.
Coordination and leadership of Schools2030’s Global Learning Assessment Partners:
The GLACP will take the lead coordination role for ensuring key linkages between the global, national and local technical partners responsible for the development, testing, and roll-out of the Schools2030 Learning Assessment Tools.
Coordination and leadership of Schools2030’s Learning Assessment Data, Evaluation and Reporting:
The GLACP will be responsible for producing reports, publications and conference presentations on the Schools2030 Learning Assessment Tools development processes and final learning and evaluation assessment products. The GLACP will also work with our data management and app development partners, Vera Solutions, to ensure teachers can input data from the Schools2030 Learning Assessment Tools onto the PROMISE3 Application (Programme Management System for Education by Everyone, Everywhere); ensuring clean and labelled data sets are produced annually across the ten countries to be used for evaluative work.
Please see the Request for Proposals below for further information on the GLACP role, expected outputs and outcomes, application criteria and application process. The RfP also provides further information on the Schools2030 programme and approach to learning assessment.
The successful applicant will be expected to undertake activities immediately, but with the full support of the AKF national and global teams, alongside existing Schools2030 learning assessment partners. The consultancy will report directly to Dr. Bronwen Magrath, Global Programme Lead for Schools2030.
All proposed budgets must be at a maximum of $275,000 USD per year and be inclusiveof all government taxes, (except VAT).
Submissions are closed
Only successfully shortlisted applicants will be notified by May 10th, 2021and after formal interviews, be expected to begin work immediately.