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/Muhammad Hamed - Syrian refugee students go to school at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, November 1, 2015.
Blog Post | Inside Syrian Refugee Schools
Inside Syrian Refugee Schools: Teachers struggle to create conditions for learning
February 10, 2016, Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Elizabeth Adelman
In the first of a blog series detailing Syrian refugee schools, Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Elizabeth Adelman discuss the need for a cohesive framework for education in crisis settings.
Latin America and the Caribbean
February 10, 2016, Kate Anderson and Tyler Ditmore
February 3, 2016, Sarah Dryden-Peterson
Opinion | The Express Tribune
February 2, 2016, Madiha Afzal
Article | Research in Comparative and International Education
February 2, 2016, Rebecca Winthrop and Kate Anderson
December 24, 2015, Rebecca Winthrop, Fred Dews and Bill Finan
December 23, 2015, Musammat Badrunnesha
December 22, 2015, Suman Sachdeva
December 22, 2015, Jamila Razzaq
December 21, 2015, Dileni Gunewardena
December 21, 2015, Humphrey Wattanga
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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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