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Reviving the Global Education Compact: Four Options for Global Education Funding

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In this essay, Desmond Bermingham describes the framework for a better “global education compact” between donor and recipient nations and four possible arrangements to mobilize and allocate development assistance for education. He highlight the advantages and disadvantages of these options—all with the motivation of informing decisions that must be taken by the United States and other G-20 countries if donor commitments are to be met.

This essay was published on Issuu by the Center for Global Development.

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