Meredy Talbot-Zorn of Save the Children, a Global Development and Population Program grantee, recently wrote about the learning crisis, and how the post-2015 development agenda can galvanize a commitment to ensuring access to education.

Writing at the Global Partnership For Education’s blog, she argues that the post-2015 framework needs to finish the work started with the Millenium Development and Educations for All Goals fifteen years ago:

It must be bold, inspiring and ambitious, galvanizing the international community to take focused and coordinated action to get all children in school and learning, across all contexts, including in conflict and emergencies. The aim must be to ensure that every single child has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential in life.