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Since early September, more than 3 million children have hardly been able to attend school in Haiti due to social unrest.
As part of GPE’s Assessment for Learning (A4L) initiative, the Analysis of National Learning Assessment Systems (ANLAS) is a resource for partner countries to build effective and sustainable learning assessment systems. ANLAS provides a toolkit for countries to systematically gather and analyze information about their national learning assessment systems with the aim to inform the development and...
Multilingual education can help children improve learning and life opportunities. What are some of the challenges of multilingualism and how can we overcome them?
We know how to educate girls. Do we know how to educate boys?
A new report by the Education Workforce Initiative proposes new approaches for harnessing the potential of teachers and the broader education workforce to ensure quality education for all students.
Millions of people with disabilities are invisible because of insufficient data. Today, two new data resources focused on people with disabilities have been launched to help analyze and make the best possible use of data on people who are missing out solely because of their disability.
GPE CEO Alice Albright visited Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, in September and met with government officials and development partners to understand the situation of Rohingya and host communities. Watch this video to understand the scale of the situation and why education is key to prevent a lost generation.
The Nobel Prize for Economics was just awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their pioneering work on global poverty. A most timely prize as we celebrate the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
The Meskerem School in Ethiopia has made extraordinary progress in improving the quality of education for its students despite challenges. What’s its recipe for success?