Innovations for Out-of-School Children: New approaches to an age-old problem

Hill, Tara2016
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40% reduction in the global number of primary and lower secondary school aged OOSC over the past 15 years, but this progress has stalled since 2007.

To break through this stagnation, flexible solutions are needed which complement traditional macro approaches. The Center for Education Innovations' Program Database profiles many interventions applying new and innovative models to overcome this critical challenge. Download this presentation to see some illustrative examples of this, as well as information about the root-causes and costs of out-of-school children.

Out-of-School ChildrenOriginal researchDebate in global educationPolicy & Analysis

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