SERIES: Brookings Data Now
Number 8 of 53
Fred Dews |
September 12, 2013 5:15pm
In this edition of Brookings Data Now: running for president of Iran; corporate giving to global education; 2012 child poverty rate; Taiwan's energy consumption; and Medicaid coverage.
Eight were approved to run, and cleric Hassan Rouhani won. Find out how he won this surprising election and what it may mean for the future of U.S.-Iran relations, especially on the nuclear issue, in the new Brookings Essay by Suzanne Maloney.
Read why the private sector should more fully engage in solving the global education crisis, especially in countries where demographic shifts will add tremendous burdens to their already weak systems.
Isabel Sawhill and Kim Howard, in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau's release next week of its annual report on the national poverty rate for 2012, predict an overall poverty rate of 14.8%.
Learn more about Taiwan's energy security challenges.
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