Building the workforce of the future: Resilient people and places
Girls' education research and policy symposium
Why doctors and mayors will be the next playful learning advocates
I don’t care if you’re in Mongolia, or China, or the United States or Great Britain. ... Kids grow up the same way. They need human interaction.
For [development impact bonds] to be sustainable, it will be critical to move beyond donor funding and for governments to engage.
The key to all of this is to create these kinds of environments in the places where people naturally go. If you offer the kinds of stimulation that often happens for free in middle-income or upper-income environments … in underserved communities, imagine what we could do.