1. Learning as a Pathway of Poverty Learning is pivotal in breaking the cycle of poverty and social exclusion experienced by many worldwide. Panelists will discuss how better learning outcomes will result in greater equality and prosperity.
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n education, it’s critical to focus on quality of primary schooling, including: standards; starting where poor children are (not necessarily with the official curricula); early investment in grades 1,2, and 3; accountability and teacher pedagogy; use of mother tongue which requires “logistics, coordination and creativity, teacher placement and support”; attention to funding and resources to achieve these goals; and systems, scale-up and sustainability.