Joseph Jimenez looks at the scientific and research revolution going on in China.
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New data from the US Department of Education compares the spending increases on prisons and education over the last quarter of a century.
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New research suggests that policymakers should be working to encourage innovation from a much younger age.
Felipe Calderón, former President of Mexico, on why tackling climate change requires us to invest in education.
Jakaya Kikwete, a former president of Tanzania, on the progress his country made in improving education.
UNICEF's new report warns that the futures of millions of disadvantaged and vulnerable children are in jeopardy.
There's nothing more positive in economics than investing in people. But how do you measure its effectiveness?
On a recent trip to the US, as I drove my rental car through various cities and suburbs, it occurred to me that all of the conventional assumptions we make about our future and that of ou...
Shirley Ann Jackson, the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate from MIT, on how education needs to break down the walls between disciplines
Sarah Brown looks at the importance of education for Syrian refugees.
Asia's universities are fast catching up with their Western counterparts, as these latest rankings show.
If we do not educate the youth of the world and elevate the value of women in society, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will falter at the hand of egregious inequality, writes Erin Ganju.
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