Innovative Financing

Donors should dedicate 10% of their aid to education

This week, the International Development Committee of the UK parliament recommended in a letter to the country’s Department for International Development (DFID) that it dedicate 10% of its development aid to education. The letter submitted referenced our latest 2016...

A bridge to universal education

LONDON – In a confrontational world where protectionism is on the rise, multilateralism has become an easy target for criticism. But those who doubt its value must have short memories. They seem to have forgotten that the Marshall Plan rebuilt Europe after World War...

How to get millions learning: From evidence to action

One year ago, the Center for Universal Education (CUE) at the Brookings Institution launched Millions Learning: Scaling up Quality Education in Developing Countries. The report tells the story of where and how improvements in quality education have expanded, or...

Paying for School: Six Insights for Better Financial Services

The inability to pay fees and other education expenses keeps many children out of school. What is the extent of these challenges, who is affected and what kinds of financial services could help? These questions are further explored below, and in a new CGAP...

NewZealand: Innovative fund opens to early learning

Education Minister Hekia Parata has extended a multi-million dollar fund for innovative teaching projects to staff in early education. “I’m pleased to announce that teachers and kaiako from early childhood education services and kohanga reo can now apply for the $18...
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