Why education should be a priority in UN development agenda

02/19/2013 | Brookings Institution (Washington, D.C.)

Education remains a priority for creating a better world, according to a United Nations survey, and the UN should focus on "equitable learning" in its post-2015 development agenda, writes Allison Anderson of The Brookings Institution. Finding high-level champions to tackle this issue is critical to achieving this goal, she argues.

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