James Gresham is an Education Specialist in the World Bank’s Education Global Practice. He has worked on operations and analytical and advisory activities in Europe, Central Asia, and Africa. His work focuses largely on strategies to improve learning outcomes, equity of service delivery, and the governance and efficiency of primary and secondary education. He has also worked on programs addressing school learning environments, early school leaving, and out-of-school youth. He is currently leading programs in Ukraine and Bosnia & Herzegovina, but has also worked in Uzbekistan, Romania, Moldova, Serbia, Kosovo, and Liberia. He is a doctoral candidate in Educational Administration and Policy Studies at the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development, and he holds an M.A. in International Affairs and B.S. in Business Economics.