Live from New York…It’s Education First and Every Child Needs a Teacher!

September 29, 2012
Tony Baker, Education for All Campaign Manager

Ban Ki-Moon at Education First reception

     1. Put every child in school.

     2. Improve the quality of education.

     3. Foster global citizenship.

These goals not only answer the calls of RESULTS education advocates but also fit squarely into the efforts of other development agencies such as the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). With the onset of Education First, these institutions are primed to make a huge impact on education worldwide. To find out more about the collective potential of these initiatives and the important role of the U.S. in them, see Stepping It Up: U.S. Support for Global Education.

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