Scaling up corporate and social investments could improve education in the developing world, according to this policy paper by the Center for Universal Education at Brookings. The paper looks at what works and what is not working in corporate efforts in developing countries and proposes five effective strategies for the business community to achieve the greatest impact in global education. Read the policy paper.
Girls' Secondary Education in Developing Countries
Secondary education grantmaking aims to improve participation by marginalized girls in quality, relevant secondary education, with the expectation that advances will have positive implications for both girls and boys.