IPA’s Educational Publishers Forum confirms leadership and new African EPF

IPA’s week in London finished with the 51st meeting of the Educational Publishers Forum. Kindly hosted by Pearson, there were attendees from the USA to China, and Lesotho to Iceland.

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The International Publishers Association and the Federation of European Publishers call for an immediate end to the Russian aggression in Ukraine which has cost the lives of so many, including colleagues from the book sector, and the destruction of schools and libraries.

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On 16 September, IPA Secretary General, José Borghino spoke via Zoom to delegates at the PEPCon5 Conference on the topic Educational Publishing's Impact on Global Student Ranking. Borghino used the OECD’s PISA rankings to postulate that governments’ textbook policies around the world were a major influence on educational outcomes for students and learners.

Clockwise from top José Borghino, Karine Pansa, Bodour Al Qasimi, Ana Maria Cabanellas

At the beginning of July, IPA representatives — including IPA President, Bodour Al Qasimi, Chair of the Educational Publishers Forum, Stephan de Valk, and Secretary General José Borghino — participated in a series of events scheduled in and around the 26th São Paulo Book Fair or ‘Bienal’.

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On 18 February, the IPA’s Educational Publishers Forum held a meeting entitled ‘Virtual Africa’ which attracted over 100 registrations, ranging from the USA and Latin America around the world through Europe and Africa, all the way to Malaysia and China.

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