Quality education is one of the most leveraged investments for catalyzing development, promoting global health and reducing poverty, and universal education is one of the U.N. Millennium Development Goals. Despite significant progress since the goals were created, 132 million children and youth are still out of school today. Experts with the Center for Universal Education, joined by other experts across Brookings, examine the global education architecture, the role of foreign assistance and educational strategies.
Reuters/Chris Helgren - A "Pidgey" Pokemon is seen on the screen of the Pokemon Go mobile app, Nintendo's new scavenger hunt game which utilizes geo-positioning, in a photo illustration taken in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada July 11, 2016.
Pokémon Go: A window into how we might reimagine learning #BecomingBrilliant
July 19, 2016, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff
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Latin America and the Caribbean
July 18, 2016, Sophie Gardiner and Emily Gustafsson-Wright
July 14, 2016, Rebecca Winthrop, Timothy P. Williams and Eileen McGivney
July 13, 2016, Christina Kwauk, Jenny Perlman Robinson and Priyanka Varma
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July 7, 2016, Rebecca Winthrop, Eileen McGivney and Timothy P. Williams
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July 6, 2016, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
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July 1, 2016, Amy Copley
June 30, 2016, John Mugo
June 29, 2016, Christina Kwauk and Amanda Braga
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Director, Center for Universal Education
Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
Justin W. van Fleet
Nonresident Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education
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