A girl carries a globe she received from a free clinic set up by the Afghan national army and Task Force Denali 1/40 CAV at FOB Clark in Khowst province December 15, 2009. Every Tuesday, the clinic receives children from neighbouring villages for a medical check and supplies them with clothes and school stationery. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SOCIETY HEALTH)

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For many of us, it has been a stunning experience to find ourselves adjusting our daily routines to take safety precautions to protect ourselves, loved ones, and neighbors.

In the midst of this global pandemic, we are reflecting in real-time on how systems undergo large-scale transformation—how government, businesses, schools, cities, and communities adapt and make fundamental changes to existing ways of working. This issue of systems change and, more specifically, how education initiatives scale and spread, is a topic that we at the Center for Universal Education (CUE)…

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