Education is a right, not a privilege. RESULTS supports programs and policies that not only get children in school, but ensure they learn once they reach the classroom.

The Right to Education Index (RTEI) is a global accountability initiative that aims to ensure that all people, no matter where they live, enjoy their right to a quality education. RTEI is a global index built out of the international right to education framework to monitor national progress towards its fulfillment.

Global Education Resources

Press Releases

Congress must reject harmful backdoor cuts to foreign aid

According to press reports, the White House is preparing to exploit a budget trick that would cancel funding for the fight against global poverty. This roundabout move would jeopardize $2-4 billion in aid that Congress has already approved and has been signed into law.

Press Releases

With no pledge from administration, U.S. leadership on GPE falls to Congress

Developing countries show ambition, but donors fall short at education financing conference

RESULTS in the News

Media Calls on U.S. to Support Global Education

From Alaska to Arkansas, Media Nationwide Calls for U.S. Commitment to Global Partnership for Education.

Press Releases

READ Act Becomes Law

The READ Act, legislation that will help millions of vulnerable children around the world access a quality education, has been signed into law.

Press Releases

U.S. Kids Are Back in School, But Millions Around the World Are Left Out

Across the country, children of all ages are settling into a new school year, but there are millions of kids around the world who don’t have the same chance. Right now, there are 263 million children and youth who are out of school globally.

Press Releases

Senate Passes READ Act

RESULTS applauds the Senate for passing the READ Act, legislation that will improve the lives of millions of children around the world who don’t have access to a quality education.

Press Releases

White House budget would strip health care, education, and economic opportunity from millions

With its first federal budget proposal, the White House has taken aim at families struggling to put food on the table, kids around the world seeking an education, and millions more people facing poverty. Proposing massive funding cuts to effective anti-poverty programs, the budget jeopardizes the futures of people across the country and around the world. Now Congress takes up the process.

Press Releases

With the summer countdown on, 263 million kids never made it to school this year in the first place

As the White House takes aim at funding for global education, a staggering 263 million children and youth are out of school globally. In places like South Sudan, a young woman is more likely to die in childbirth than she is to graduate high school.

Press Releases

White House Budget Proposal Response

By proposing draconian cuts to funding for global development programs through the State Department and USAID, this proposal threatens the futures of millions of people living in poverty all around the world.

Monthly Action Sheets (Global Poverty)

January 2018 Global Action Sheet GPE Resolutions Now

Write Legislators Asking Them to Cosponsor the GPE Resolutions (Word Version), or Write a Letter to the Editor (Word Version)

Monthly Action Sheets (Global Poverty)

November 2017 Global Action Sheet GPE And Rights Of The Child

Write to Legislators Asking Them to Cosponsor the GPE Resolutions, H.Res. 466 and S.Res. 286 (Word Version)

Monthly Action Sheets (Global Poverty)

November 2017 Global Action Sheet GPE Media

Write a Letter to the Editor About Asking Reps and Senators to Act on GPE (Word Version)


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