Public school teachers in Brazil, Indonesia or Peru have stable jobs, enjoy high level of legal protection, and are part of teacher unions that shield them politically. Public school teachers in…

Jaime Saavedra, Hanna Alasuutari, Marcela Gutierrez |

Les enseignants des écoles publiques du Brésil, de l’Indonésie ou du Pérou ont des emplois stables, bénéficient d’une bonne protection juridique et font partie de syndicats d’enseignants qui les…

Jaime Saavedra, Hanna Alasuutari, Marcela Gutierrez |

In the classroom, along with her sixth-grade classmates, Yudeisy tells us that what she likes doing the most during the day is watching videos and tutorials on YouTube. She also likes to use her…

Juan Baron, Carmen Maura Taveras, Janina Cuevas Zúñiga |

En el salón de clases, junto con sus compañeros de sexto grado, Yudeisy nos cuenta que a ella lo que más le gusta hacer durante el día es ver videos y tutoriales en YouTube. También le gusta usar…

Juan Baron, Carmen Maura Taveras, Janina Cuevas Zúñiga |

More than one billion people around the world experience some form of disability. Individuals with disabilities have, on average, poorer health, lower levels of employment and earnings, and higher…

Quentin Wodon, Hanna Alasuutari |

The message on inclusive education is simple: Every learner matters – and matters equally.   This was the shared spirit when experts from 12 African countries came together in Nairobi, Kenya in…

Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Mark Waltham, Koli Banik |

At the Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund in Bali, Indonesia, the World Bank highlighted the importance of human capital for economic development.   Central to…

Julia Liberman, Rachel Cooper, Victoria Levin |

“African participants visit modern container port in Ningbo, China. Photo credit World Bank” This September I traveled to Beijing and Ningbo, China, to participate in the second Africa China World…

Girma Woldetsadik |

Also available in: Español | العربية    Photo credit World Bank We are living in a learning crisis.  According to the World Bank’s 2018 World Development Report, millions of students in developing…

Harry A. Patrinos |