The Scottish "hub” model has potential to be applied for education PPPs in ADB developing member countries.
States are increasingly recognizing that constructive engagement and collaboration with civil society organizations (CSOs) is an important ingredient to achieving better governance.
We’ve wrapped up our 47th Annual Meeting in Astana today with plenty of food for thought on what lies ahead for our vast, diverse region.
Education is a fundamental tool for advancing action on climate change, yet it has not been adequately tapped for its potential.
Effective higher education systems are critical for countries to advance. In South Asia, reforming governance structures and practices is a crucial step
There is no universal strategy for pursuing a triple bottom line of high, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth, but better governance is an imperative.
The poor in Asia and the Pacific are most in need of public services but often have few tools to demand these vital programs from their governments.
The closure of schools due to COVID-19 has had wide-ranging impacts on students and education systems. Support should focus on closing the learning gap and preparing for the next crisis.
In Bangladesh, new surveys show the devastating impact of school closures. Countries around the world are facing similar situations. Holistic policy responses are needed to get students back in school and back on track.
Closed borders and health concerns halted international student mobility in 2020, but students are expected to return. Education policy makers need to be ready for a new type of international student that wants both physical and digital learning opportunities.