Singapore's classroom revolution

Singapore believes its much vaunted education system may be falling short in preparing its citizens for an automated future. Now it’s exploring ways to remedy the problem, including lessons from the Swiss.


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One girl at a time

In sub-Saharan Africa, 52.2 million girls of primary to upper secondary school age don’t go to school.1

Educating these girls and young women is a crucial driver of social change and economic development. It reduces their likelihood of becoming teenage mothers and of contracting HIV/AIDS, empowers them to resist gender-based violence and discrimination, increases their future income, and even reduces their community’s contribution to climate change.

Break the cycle

In 1991, Welsh teacher Ann Cotton visited Zimbabwe to find out why so few rural girls were attending school. Two years later, she met Angeline Murimirwa.

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