Girls' education research and policy symposium
Why doctors and mayors will be the next playful learning advocates
What can we learn from the results of the world’s first development impact bond in education?
The cost increase [of U.S. universities] is totally unsustainable. People are really getting into debt. But the more money that is available, the more institutions will charge.
"You have to play the long game. It’s fine to add money, but when the commitment is volatile and your funding goes up and down constantly, you can end up creating more harm than good."
"We have been in Central America for a long time. It’s not just money that has made us effective in the region — there is a lot of hard-earned experience, trial and error, and institution building that is slowly reaping results. The worst thing that could happen now is to go back to zero."