Op ed: A radically inclusive makeover for education
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A young boy in class in Sierra Leone.  Credit: GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli
A young boy in class at the KDEC Pre-Primary School Masorie. Sierra Leone
GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli

More than one billion children around the world are out of school because of the coronavirus pandemic. The most marginalized children, who have been unable to make the transition to online education, have been the most affected.

In this joint op ed, Alice Albright, GPE CEO, and David Moinina Sengeh, Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, Sierra Leone, argue that without major steps to put the most vulnerable children at the center of our education systems, the world risks losing an entire generation to illiteracy and dependence.

Read the op ed in Project Syndicate

A young boy in class in Sierra Leone.  Credit: GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli
A young boy in class at the KDEC Pre-Primary School Masorie. Sierra Leone
GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli
Sub-Saharan Africa: Sierra Leone

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