Education, Skills and Learning

Too many children are struggling to learn basic skills at school. This international plan aims to change things

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Literacy, numeracy and socio-emotional skills are the building blocks that children need to thrive. Image: Unsplash/CDC

Jaime Saavedra
Global Director, Education Global Practice
Robert Jenkins
Chief, Education and Associate Director, Programme Division, UNICEF Headquarters
Alicia Herbert
Director, Education, Gender and Equality Directorate (EdGE), FCDO
LeAnna Marr
Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator, USAID
Benjamin Piper
Head of Education, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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