With the coronavirus forcing school closures and bans on group gatherings, many solutions and measures are being introduced for the exams that students have been preparing to take.

Julia Liberman, Victoria Levin, Diego Luna-Bazaldua, Michelle Harnisch |

Educators are taking remarkable actions to support over 1.5 billion learners in over 160 countries whose schools have closed.

Cristobal Cobo, Robert Hawkins, Helena Rovner |

We are living amidst what is potentially one of the greatest threats in our lifetime to global education, a gigantic educational crisis. As of March 28, 2020, the COVID 19 pandemic is causing more…

Jaime Saavedra |

In the past few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered schools in more than 160 countries, leaving more than 1.5 billion children – and 75% of enrolled students – out of school. This has sent…

Alaka Holla, Cristobal Cobo |

As we have seen from previous health emergencies, most recently the Ebola outbreaks, the impact on education is likely to be most devastating in countries with already low learning outcomes, high…

Kaliope Azzi-Huck, Tigran Shmis |

An educated girl will be able to access better health services, to later in life attain better jobs and earn higher income.

Jaime Saavedra, Maria Barron |

Girls’ education, gender equality, and the role of civil society

Quentin Wodon |

Our school systems are not keeping up. Neither in terms of numbers nor in quality. More schooling is necessary, but at high levels, and with higher levels of quality – in terms of what students…

Harry A. Patrinos |

Many of us have memories of studying for a high-stakes examination that would determine whether we graduated from school or got into the university or course of our choice. Depending on how we did…

Marguerite Clarke, Vincent Greaney |