Photo by World/Bank The purpose of any education system is to equip learners with the ability to live a fulfilling and productive life. Currently, East Asia is home to seven of the top ten…

Raja Bentaouet Kattan, May Bend |

Eugenia enjoying a music lesson together with preschool children in the Bulgarian village of Litakovo. (Photo: Daniel Lekov / World Bank)
In Bulgaria, where just 15 percent of Roma children…

Daphna Berman |

Also available in: Français | Español | 한국어 Will workers have the skills to operate new technology? Education can help. (Photo: Sarah Farhat / World Bank)​ Automation is heralding a renewed race…

Harry A. Patrinos, Raja Bentaouet Kattan, Kevin Macdonald |

Cette page en : English | Español Les travailleurs auront-ils les savoirs adaptés aux nouvelles technologies ? L’éducation peut y apporter sa contribution ! (Photo: Sarah Farhat / World Bank) L’…

Harry A. Patrinos, Raja Bentaouet Kattan, Kevin Macdonald |

In India, Jaime spoke to teachers who have dedicated their lives to the education of students with special needs at the Dharabi Transitional Municipal School Corporation College. (Photo: Marcela…

Jaime Saavedra |

Jaime, avec des enseignants qui s’engagent en faveur de l’éducation d’enfants vivant en situation de handicap au Dharabi Transitional Municipal School Corporation College (Mumbai, India). (Photo: …

Jaime Saavedra |

While more ECA program countries are participating in the PISA assessment of 15-year-old students' skills, education poverty in these countries has only slightly declined since 2000. (Photo:…

Cristian Aedo, Katia Herrera Sosa |

Editor’s Note: This guest blog is by Salah-Eddine Kandri, the Global Sector Lead for education at the International Finance Corporation (IFC).   According to a report from McKinsey, about 60…

Salah-Eddine Kandri |

Students in Korea (Photo: World Bank) Education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty and inequality. It also lays the basis for sustained growth.  Better schooling…

Harry A. Patrinos |

The highest performing countries are paying extra attention to the quality of their teachers. (Photo: Dominic Chavez / World Bank) The International Association for the Evaluation of Educational…

Marguerite Clarke |