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Echidna Global Scholars: Four leaders in girls’ education share their stories and policy ideas

Christina Kwauk, a fellow with the Center for Universal Education, talks with four women who are leaders in girls’ education in their home countries, and are part of the current cohort of Echidna Glob... read more

Keeping Children in School During Natural Crises

As a 2016 Echidna Global Scholar at the Brookings Institution ... This would, in turn, ensure that households can support their children’s education even in the face of natural crises. Schoolchildren— ... read more

Your 5 Global Learning Goals for 2017

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Dr. Nadia Lopez on College and Career Readiness

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Fall courses offer fresh perspectives on high-profile issues

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How to Tell Stories About Complex Issues

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