Education, Skills and Learning

A silent and unequal education crisis. And the seeds for its solution.

Without the necessary resources, remote learning is inaccessible for poorer students. Image: REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi

Jaime Saavedra

Global Director, Education Global Practice

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