Education in Emergencies

Education and the Invisible Child – Project Syndicate

Education and the Invisible Child – Project Syndicate

Today’s invisible victims are refugee children holed up in tents, shacks, and hovels who will never enjoy a first day at school; they are the millions of 9-12-year-olds condemned to child labor, and the millions of young girls destined for child marriage and denied an education simply because of their gender.

Empowering Syrian refugees with higher education

Empowering Syrian refugees with higher education

Using the Syrian Civil War as a case study, Jamiya Project Academic Adviser Paul O’Keeffe explores education in emergencies and how seemingly intractable situations present abundant opportunities for educational advancement.

Leadership development: the missing piece in the global effort to improve education

Leadership development: the missing piece in the global effort to improve education

Writing for the Education Commission, Wendy Kopp, CEO and Co-Founder of Teach For All and Founder of Teach For America, tells us why “in schools, education systems, advocacy, government—we should be focused on identifying, developing, and supporting the leaders who will accelerate our progress towards achieving inclusive and equitable education by 2030.”