Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Learning Passport
Who determines the curricula of countries adopting the Learning Passport?
UNICEF’s in-country team, working alongside local governments will ensure the appropriate national curriculum is included on the Learning Passport. The Learning Passport does not contain a universal curriculum. The curriculum framework is global in nature, and focuses on mapping local curriculum and content in a globally comparable and systematic way. Utilizing this framework from Cambridge, the Learning Passport is collating a library of supplemental global educational resources that can be mapped to and augment local curriculum to improve learning outcomes for users. It is as such a platform to deliver local and contextualized content, with supplemental global resources.
Is the curricula provided in national languages?
The aim is to make the Learning Passport accessible to all vulnerable children. As an education model, the Learning Passport utilizes locally developed content with supplemental curated global content, available in a number of languages. The Learning Passport can be deployed in a number of national languages and supports a country’s national language of instruction.
What are some ways the Learning Passport can be leveraged for learners and educators?
Offering simple and easy ways to learn and achieve goals
Engaging interfaces that make learning fun
Developing skills with tailor-made training programs
Tracking progress and measuring outcomes with visual analytics in one place
Creating a custom training experience using the learner’s preferred device and language