Data shows that huge swaths of populations in developing countries are not learning to read. Scaling up early reading interventions will be a first step toward addressing these high illiteracy…

Harry A. Patrinos, Jimmy Graham, Sean Kelly |

An Ayiti, anviron 90% nan timoun ki gen laj pou lekòl primè enskri nan lekòl. Malgre yo poko rive nan nivo enskripsyon inivèsèl, sa a se yon gwo amelyorasyon ki fèt konpare ak jan sa te ye ventan…

Juan Baron, Melissa Adelman, David Evans |

This page in: Haitian Kreyol Students reading in class. Photo: ©World Bank In Haiti, about 90% of primary school-aged children are enrolled in school.  While still falling short of universal…

Juan Baron, Melissa Adelman, David Evans |

With 95 percent of its population of 10 million under age 65, Haiti’s most abundant asset is its human capital. Given this large share of children, youth and working-age adults, education is both…

Melissa Adelman, Juan Baron, Reema Nayar |

Click here to view the full Infographic in high resolution. Tomorrow, a Learning for All Ministerial Meeting will bring together development partners and ministers of finance and education from…

Education Team |

Two years after a massive earthquake, Haitian parents are finding relief in an education program that helps to cover the costs of school for their children.

Education Team |

In conjunction with the Ibero-American Summit this month, Pamela Cox, Vice President for Latin American and Caribbean, emphasizes the urgent need to focus on education quality in a recent op-ed…

What is the relationship between education and geological processes? At first glance, some might think: Not much. One concerns the opening and enlightenment of the mind; the other is as old, rock-…