It Costs More Not to Educate a Child Than to Educate One

Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud

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Education aid to the poorest countries in the world is in sharp decline, threatening to derail progress made over the past decade, says a new report by the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The report, entitled Results for Learning 2013: Facing the Challenges of Data, Financing and Fragility was officially launched on Wednesday, December 11 at an event hosted by the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution.

See more photos from the launch event, listen to the audio recording, share the report’s infographics and read the press release.

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The Global Partnership for Education Secretariat is headquartered in Washington DC and has approximately 100 staff. The Secretariat provides administrative and operational support to all its partners including...

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