The world's first tuition-free online university hopes to dramatically increase access to higher education.
Against all odds, the Afghan Institute of Learning educates women and girls in a war-torn society.
A recent study shows that the UK's charter (like) schools fare better than standard schools on national exams.
Some school reformers advocate starting over, while others want to keep the same students and site. Both approaches are useful.
Over the past 17 years, the Forum for African Women Educationalists has delivered high-quality education to millions of girls across 35 African countries.
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