World Development Report 2018: Learning to realize education’s promise (CIES 2018 presentation)
This presentation was presented as part of the panel, The Equity Initiative: Data and Evidence to Address the Learning Crisis, at CIES 2018.
Schooling that doesn’t result in learning is not just a missed opportunity—it is a great injustice. The children whom society is failing most are the ones in greatest need of a good education to succeed in life. But there’s nothing inevitable about low levels of learning—real progress is possible, at any level of development, when countries prioritize learning and mobilize everyone with a stake in education to work toward it. The World Development Report identifies three main dimensions of the learning crisis and provides detailed diagnoses of each dimension based on new data and research. This presentation provides three steps that nations must take to confront the learning crisis.
Published: March 2018
Author: Rafael de Hoyos, World Bank
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