Nicole Goldstein worked at the World Bank on education policy, specifically focusing on teacher management systems until August 2011 . Her interests include delivering education in fragile states as well as enabling mechanisms of service delivery to be more inclusive. This was informed by research carried out for UNICEF in Orissa, India that looked at social exclusion of Scheduled Tribal populations through education. Ms Goldstein holds a Masters in Economics and Conflict Studies, from SAIS, Johns Hopkins University, a Masters in History from the University of Cambridge and a law degree.
Nicole blogs for "Is We Learning?"
- The Doha Declaration on Quality Education In The Arab World: Data on Teachers
- Stepping It Up For Vocational Education
- Teachers' Unions: Friend or Foe to Reform?
- Gender and Marginalization
- Food Wars: Battling the Bulge in Schools
- South Africa's Long Walk to Education Equality
- The Power of 1-to-1 Computing for Education