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Submitted by Ruth Charo on

The study is critical and timely-at a time when the leaders in the region are beginning to appreciate the need for ‘schooling for learning’ and SDG4. The authors 'unpack' the access and learning crisis in SSA-the ‘revelations’ through the groupings is striking, and most important the study highlights how the established group of Countries got where they are at today , and how the emerging countries and other groups can further improve education outcomes. The study is carefully thought and very unique in the sense that combines analysis and operations-‘the how to’ and the options for this based on evidence from the peers in the various groupings. I believe this study, has the potential to facilitate a structured dialogue among education policy makers in SSA and contribute to a focus on 'what matters/best buys' in achieving better education outcomes.