Syndicate content

Add new comment

Hi Rafique, We agree completely. This is meant to give an overview of the global need for learning outcomes, but regional, country and within-country variation of who is in school and learning can be stark. For this reason it is important that all local strategies be country-driven. While the potential to learn from global best practice is immense, this must start with an understanding of where systems are breaking down (or failing altogether) and what investments can enable meaningful reform. Thanks for reading (and listening!) Chrissy