Research-into-Action Partners

We are stronger and more effective when we work together. The Education Commission and our hub in Asia are grateful for the collaboration, commitment, and support of our research, funding, implementing, and strategic thought partners:

African Development Bank (AfDB)
Arizona State University
Arizona State University’s University Design Institute
Asian Development Bank
Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA)
Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Brookings Institution
Center for Global Development
Centre for Lebanese Studies
Centre for Policy Research
Centre for the Study of the Economies of Africa
DataVision International
Dubai Cares
Economic Policy Group
EdTech Hub
Education Cannot Wait
Education Development Trust
Education International
Education Outcomes Fund
Education Partnerships Group
Fab Inc.
FHI 360 Education Policy Data Center
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the Government of the United Kingdom
Forum for African Women Educationalists
Generation Unlimited
Global Business Coalition for Education
Global Partnership for Education
Goldman Sachs
Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives
Inter-American Development Bank
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Korean Development Institute
Malawi Institute of Management
NITI Aayog
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Open University
Overseas Development Institute
Pardee Center – University of Denver
Plan Ceibal
PwC Ghana
Research for Equitable Access and Learning Centre, University of Cambridge
Results for Development
Right to Education
School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University
SEEK Development
Social Finance
Teach For All
World Bank Bureaucracy Lab
Reed Smith
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning
UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS)
University of the Witwatersrand
Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training (MoET)
World Bank Group
World Economic Forum


Our work is made possible through the generosity of a growing number of partners and donors, including private foundations, governments, international institutions, corporations, individuals, and non-governmental organizations including:

Global Engagement

Through the Save Our Future initiative, we work with an ever-growing number of global, regional, and national partners. Please check out SaveOurFuture for a full list of campaign partners.