A task force (TF) is a small group, usually four to twelve people, that brings together a specific set of skills and expertise to accomplish a specific objective and carry out a specific mission until other structures are in place to take over tasks, operation, and implementation on a more permanent basis. Task forces exist for a specific, time-limited purpose.
Example: Task Force identifies the issue of assessment as critical, checks with MoE regarding their plans, links issue to other, possibly conflicting concerns (e.g. equal opportunity, public opinion, uncertainty for subsequent schools or grades) and initializes/coordinates/prioritizes discussions with different stakeholders
The regional task force (RTF) started its work beginning of April 2020 and got introduced to UNICEF Country Offices on April 22nd Webinar "LearnIn - Shaping the Culture of Education". April 29th, the RTF onboarded National Task Forces in a second webinar.
LearnIn Regional Task Force consists today of seven members, covering a wide field of expertise.
To get in contact with the task force or its members, write an e-mail to [email protected]