A girl watches a performance to celebrate International Children's Day at a kindergarten for children of migrant workers, in Beijing June 1, 2012. (Reuters/Jason Lee)
Early Childhood Development: A Chinese National Priority and Global Concern for 2015
June 29, 2012, Lauren Greubel and Jacques van der Gaag
Lauren Greubel and Jacques van der Gaag examine China's move to make early childhood development a national priority, recognizing the social and economic dividends that quality early learning opportunities reap for its human capital in the long term.
June 29, 2012, Lauren Greubel and Jacques van der Gaag|
September 21, 2011, Justin W. van Fleet|
September 2011, Justin W. van Fleet
August 12, 2011, Rebecca Winthrop
July 12, 2011, Justin W. van Fleet
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June 10, 2011, Anda Adams and Rebecca Winthrop
| Center for Universal Education
June 8, 2011
In 2011, the Brookings’ Center for Universal Education (CUE) spearheaded the development of a common policy agenda entitled A Global Compact on Learning: Taking Action on Education in Developing Countries, which seeks to catalyze and sustain collaborative action to achieve quality education for all. Since that time, CUE has created the momentum to shift the global policy agenda forward by providing a set of shared policy goals that advance learning for governments, the private sector, and civil society to work toward.
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Research Task Force
In response to the Global Compact on Learning, the Research Task Force is a group of experts working to develop a research agenda related to learning for all children and youth in developing countries, which will contribute to larger efforts within the global education sector to build an evidence base on learning.
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