Education

Forty percent of school-age children — 250 million in total — are unable to read, write, and complete basic math by the age of ten. Find out how OGP governments and civil society are improving schools and building the skills teachers and students need to succeed.

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Local officials in rural Kenya establish a WhatsApp-based channel to directly communicate with citizens.

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In Indonesia, a women-led coalition gather on-the-ground information to inform public policies and services.

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Social accountability activists are contributing to improve community services and a more responsive government.

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By strengthening indigenous voices in government, Costa Rica better serves its citizens.

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In Mongolia, citizens and government work together to improve schools and outcomes.

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To raise living standards, officials listen to what citizens really need.

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How citizen councils can determine budget priorities to build paths out of poverty.

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From fixing broken chairs to fighting for brighter futures, parents work together to improve schools in Mongolia.

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Paraguay creates opportunities for citizens to improve their lives and participate in politics

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