Brookings Institution

For Support Of The Center For Universal Education

Overview
The Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution is a leader in research and policy advocacy about universal basic education. This grant would continue the Foundation’s support for the Center’s strategy for influencing the global education agenda to feature access plus learning in the post-2015 and Education for All goals and indicators. The Center plans to document learning interventions that have been broadly successful through the "Millions Learning" project. It also plans to advance technical work, tools, and better policies for institutionalizing learning assessment. The Center would also analyze the education financing landscape and innovative alternatives. Finally, the Center would carry out research and advise policymakers on how to provide a better education to the most marginalized children.
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for support of the Economic Studies program’s work to improve the federal budget process  
This Brookings Institution project seeks to rebuild trust in the federal budget process among both parties and the American people. Building on almost five years of previous work on budget process reform, the overall purpose of the project will be to foster improvements and reforms in the way Congress conducts its "power of the purse" functions and to help strengthen the possibilities for achieving reforms in the current climate.

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