Project Syndicate: A Networked Solution to Education Reform

March 16, 2018

[In this op-ed, Amy Black, a senior fellow at R4D, and Alexis Menten, executive director of program development at the Center for Global Education at Asia Society, argue peer action networks can transform global education. They also share five principles that make these kinds of peer groups successful.]

Each year, millions of children are unable to attend school, and many who do are not receiving the quality education they deserve. But a consensus about how to address the problem is emerging, and new international forums known as “peer action networks” are providing the framework to implement solutions.

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