Despite evidence that girls outperform boys in educational achievement, a common perception was that boys were naturally smarter than girls, and did not need to work as hard. (Photo: Harsha…

Harsha Aturupane, Roshini Mary Ebenezer |

Malgré les preuves que les filles réussissent mieux leur scolarité, une perception générale veut que les garçons soient naturellement plus doués que les filles et que, de ce fait, ils puissent…

Harsha Aturupane, Roshini Mary Ebenezer |

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 |

The Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs)—a set of international targets adopted by the international community last September at the United Nations—recognizes the central role that quality…

Amit Dar, Salman Asim, Achim Schmillen, Robert Chase |

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 |