Building Momentum for the World’s Youngest Children

By Allison Grossman, Senior Advisor, Global Policy and Advocacy
October 18, 2016

At the World Bank Annual Meetings earlier this month, an unexpected group took center stage – the world's youngest children. A pair of events highlighted the challenges faced by young children on their path to healthy, productive lives and marked the beginning of a potentially historic conversation on how countries will support their children to thrive.

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New Research Examines Evidence around Low-Fee Private Schools at World Bank Annual Meetings

By Milagros Lechleiter, Global Education Associate
October 14, 2016

Among the efforts to provide evidence-based arguments to the debate around low-fee private schools, the Global Campaign for Education along with a group of civil society organizations conducted a session titled “Equity, Inclusion, and Education: Examining Evidence on Low-Fee Private Schools” at the 2016 World Bank Annual Meetings Civil Society Policy Forum.

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Q&A on RESULTS’ New Report Card on Global Education

By RESULTS
October 05, 2016

RESULTS is thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new website for the Right to Education Index (RTEI), an exciting project that recently completed its pilot year. Associate Director for Global Education Tony Baker explains why RTEI has the potential to revolutionize the way we measure progress on the right to education.

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How a Tax Credit Changed My Life

By Kali Daugherty, RESULTS volunteer and Expert on Poverty
September 29, 2016

A few years ago, I was a full-time college student working two jobs to make ends meet. My son was still a toddler. I thought I could juggle it all, but I fell behind on tuition payments and owed the university money I couldn’t pay back. I had no option but to drop out. It was devastating, and given the circumstances, I wasn’t sure if or when I’d be able to re-enroll.

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