0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000aNow online: Learning for All: Towards Quality Education for Enhanced Productivity & Economic Growth in Indonesia, by Tazeen Fasih, Rythia Afkar and Heather Tomlinson.  Background report for the Indonesia conference in March 2017.

Jim Kim: In Senegal, a call to invest in people and the planet

Preliminary Maryland education report targets five areas for reform – based on performance of top performing education systems, including Singapore and Shanghai

Review of evidence by Katharine Abraham and Melissa Kearney suggests that labor demand factors, in particular trade and penetration of robots into the labor market, are the most important drivers of observed within-group declines in employment in USA

World Bank: Investing in people ‘vital’ for nations’ economic development

Beyond Access: Making Indonesia’s Education System Work

Inequality of educational opportunity: the relationship between access, affordability, and quality of private schools in Lagos, Nigeria