The Rural Education Action Project uses its studies about China’s poorest places to influence government policy.
An inconvenient truth is hiding behind the current excitement about educating girls.
The variation in lifetime earnings and wealth is largely determined by skills acquired by age 23.
In Kenya, civic education programs reached 4.5 million people in advance of the 2002 election.
We don’t look at everything in our environment as an opportunity for ingenuity—but we should. Read an excerpt.
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All across the developing world, poor parents are investing in low-cost private education for their children—and seeing positive results.
Class Warfare: Inside the Fight to Fix America’s Schools by Steven Brill
A new approach that builds relevant marketplace, entrepreneurship, and health care skills is needed.
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The National Math and Science Initiative aims to avert the crisis in secondary school education by replicating proven programs.