Institute invites to participate in the online forum that will take place on 8 - 19 September 2014. The forum is organized by International Task Force on Teachers for Education for All, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Education International, International Labor Organization, United Nations Fund for Children and United Nations Development Program. Access to education for all children, youth and adults is a fundamental human right and a lever of national and global development. The Task Force is holding a consultation on *teachers' professional development and working conditions via an online discussion forum. Input from this consultation will feed into the activities related to the 20th anniversary of World Teachers' Day. The International Task Force invites its members and other stakeholders in education to participate in this consultation, *from 8th to 19th September 2014*, through the open online forum available at http://www.teachersforefa.unesco.org/fora/
Four questions are asked to the participants to deepen the themes of professional development and working conditions
1. How to improve working conditions and living standards of teachers despite crisis' financial constraints? 2. How working conditions can influence teaching quality?3. How the institutions (schools and universities) as a place of training contribute to the professional development of teachers in your country?4. How educational innovations such as the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) can become an asset in teaching, what factors can motivate teachers to integrate them in their practice?
The International Task Force on Teachers for EFA is inviting institutions and experts from all regions of the world, including both developing and developed countries, to share the challenges, priorities and practices of their education systems and contribute to discussions and debates in the online forum. We also invite our members to extend the invitation to their respective network(s). For more information, please visit www.worldteachersday.org