• Interview | Brookings India

    March 28, 2014

  • Podcast

    Podcast: A Bleak Picture for Children's Education in the Arab World

    February 28, 2014, Hafez Ghanem, Liesbet Steer and Fred Dews

  • In the News

    Donors and governments have broadened access to school at the cost of creating a dysfunctional public-education system where millions of children are attending school but are not learning.

    February 25, 2014, Mwangi S. Kimenyi, The Economist
  • Podcast

    Educating Children Worldwide: Access Plus Learning

    November 22, 2013, Rebecca Winthrop and Fred Dews

  • In the News

    [What's] closest to my heart is what we achieved in education, particularly school education, but not just that, we brought a revolution to early childhood education, to Australian universities. There are more kids having apprenticeships in Australia and getting a chance in life than ever before in our history.

    November 21, 2013, Julia Gillard, CNN
  • In the News

    President Obama has seized on simmering public discontent with higher education by calling for a range of policies aimed at college affordability, including better information for prospective students, tying federal financial aid dollars to student success, and promoting innovative uses of technology. These are laudable goals, but they largely ignore the most central part of students’ college experiences: the instruction that goes on in college classrooms and the people responsible for delivering it. 

    October 11, 2013, Matthew M. Chingos, Inside Higher Ed
  • Interview | Slate (Future Tense)

    Who Are the Winners and Losers in the Drone Industry?

    September 11, 2013, Peter W. Singer

  • In the News

    We’ve really seen considerable progress in getting more girls into school over the past two decades. In fact, the gap between girls and boys has been narrowing considerably. Today, of the 57 million children of primary school-age not in school, 53 percent are girls. It’s still more than 50 percent, but that number is closing.

    August 26, 2013, Jenny Perlman Robinson , Camfed
  • In the News

    We’ve been telling... students and their families for years that college is the only way to succeed in the economy these days and of course there’s a lot of truth to that. On average it does pay off... But if you load up on a whole lot of student debt and then you don’t graduate, that is a very bad situation.

    May 8, 2013, Isabel V. Sawhill, Wall Street Journal
  • Expert Q & A | Isabel V. Sawhill and Ron Haskins

    Subsidizing Higher Education May Not Be Paying Off

    May 7, 2013, Isabel V. Sawhill and Ron Haskins

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