Interview of GPE CEO Alice Albright: The world is facing an education crisis

|Source: ABC Radio Station|

In this interview Alice Albright, chief executive officer of the Global Partnership for Education, stresses the importance of investing in education and highlights how education is central to making people healthier, boosting economic growth, and fostering peace. She also mentions we are facing an acute education crisis​ and lists three main issues that must be addressed to ensure all children are in school and learning: increasing finance, improving infrastructure, and improving education quality.

Listen to the interview on ABC Radio Station below:

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