Marina Solano Martínez de MogollónTechnical Advisor, Active Schools, Equatorial Guinea
Areas of expertise
- Active schools
- School management and supervision
- Post-primary education
- Technical quality and technical assistance
- Institutional strengthening
- Education and workforce development
- Education quality and relevance
- Youth development and engagement
Projects & Resources
The Secondary Education Quality Improvement Program in Guatemala will improve the quality and relevance of lower secondary education to ensure youth complete studies and are prepared for the labor market.
The Program for Education Development of Equatorial Guinea (PRODEGE), Phase II expands active learning, an approach that focuses on student-centered learning, to all of the country’s 800 primary schools, strengthens lower secondary education for grades 7–10 and builds the capacity of the education sector to administer a quality education system.
2011 — Active Schools: Our Convictions for Improving the Quality of Education captures the legacy of the late Oscar Mogollón, the visionary educator who pioneered the active schools approach.