Participate in the 2023 UNESCO Teacher Survey, “Exploring integration of Education for Sustainable Development and Climate Change Education in schools and classrooms in eight countries”

We are delighted to share that MECCE Project Director Marcia McKenzie and Indicator Development Lead Aaron Benavot are leading an exciting new UNESCO research project exploring integration of climate change and sustainable development in secondary education.

Grade 9 teachers, especially those teaching sciences and social sciences, are invited to share their perspectives and experiences through a special online survey. Teachers based in Australia, Chile, Kuwait, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Korea, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, and Sweden are qualified to participate. Responses to the 20-minute survey are confidential.

Please click here to participate.

Please help disseminate this survey by:

    • Taking the survey if you are eligible to participate
    • Liking and sharing @SEPNetwork’s posts about the survey on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter


    The findings will be shared in a new UNESCO report and presented at the 28th Conference of Parties in December 2023.

    This blog post by Prof. Benavot has more information about this research project.

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    This work builds on earlier UNESCO reports addressing environmental and climate change issues in education: Learn for Our Planet (2021), Getting Every School Climate-ready (2022); and Educational Content Up Close (2019).