Inclusive education has been a universally acknowledged goal for over two decades, since Salamanca Statement (1994). This goal has been further strengthened by the Convention on the Rights of…

Hanna Alasuutari, Hannu Savolainen, Petra Engelbrecht |

Guest blog by: Alisha Niehaus Berger, Global Children's Book Publisher at the literacy and girls' education nonprofit Room to Read As the lead of Room to Read’s global publishing program…

Alisha Niehaus Berger |

  Despite notable gains in expanding access, countries in West Africa still face a great challenge in providing a quality education for all. Photo: Ami Vitale / The World Bank Quality education is…

Raja Bentaouet Kattan |

  Si des progrès remarquables ont été accomplis sur le plan de la scolarisation, l’accès de tous les élèves à une éducation de qualité constitue encore un défi de grande ampleur pour les pays d’…

Raja Bentaouet Kattan |

Burkina Faso has embarked on a journey to put public data infrastructure at the heart of social and economic development. But what does this mean? And why should ICT and digital data be a priority…

Samia Melhem, Axel Rifon, Pierre Chrzanowski, Abdoul Malick Tapsoba |

International assessments aren’t perfect but they offer useful insights into how countries can help all students learn to high levels. (Photo: Dominic Chavez / World Bank) Results for the…

Marguerite Clarke |

Over-age enrolment has continued to remain a civil war legacy ( Katie Meyler, More Than Me) Leah is a diligent 13-year-old student in rural Liberia.  She walks to the school near her village every…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |

Le problème des enfants scolarisés tardivement reste un héritage de la guerre civile. (Photo courtoisie de Katie Meyler / More Than Me) Leah est une élève consciencieuse qui vit dans une région…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |

Post-Ebola recovery has been marked by a significant recovery and enrollment is up to the 2011 – 12 levels. (Photo credit: Katie Meyler/More Than Me) In March 2014, Liberia announced that there…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |

Le redressement du pays dans le sillage de l’épidémie d’Ebola s’est accompagné d’un net redressement des effectifs scolaires, qui ont renoué avec leur niveau de 2011–12 (Photo courtoisie de Katie…

Peter Darvas, Kabira Namit |