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  • Article: Thousands of New York City Children Do Not Have Technology for Remote Learning

    Thousands of New York City Children Do Not Have Technology for Remote Learning

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 24, 2020

    Around 70% of New York City’s school students are from low-income families. Read more

  • Article: YouTube Is Releasing a Special on Michelle Obama's Girls' Education Initiative

    YouTube Is Releasing a Special on Michelle Obama's Girls' Education Initiative

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 11, 2020

    YouTube announced an episode of Creators for Change will feature the former first lady. Read more

  • Article: What Does Universal Quality Education Really Mean for Sub-Saharan Africa?

    What Does Universal Quality Education Really Mean for Sub-Saharan Africa?

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|March 4, 2020

    Some 32 million children in the region are out of school. Read more

  • Article: Schools Close Across the World to Curb Coronavirus Spread

    Schools Close Across the World to Curb Coronavirus Spread

    By Madeleine Keck|March 4, 2020

    Schools have closed in places like China, Iran, and Vietnam. Read more

  • Article: Negative Gender Stereotypes in the Classroom Are Hurting Boys’ Reading Skills: Study

    Negative Gender Stereotypes in the Classroom Are Hurting Boys’ Reading Skills: Study

    By Leah Rodriguez|Feb. 28, 2020

    German researchers found that when reading is labeled a girls' activity, boys suffer. Read more

  • Article: This New Animated Video Shows Why It's So Important to Get 'Glasses in Classes'

    This New Animated Video Shows Why It's So Important to Get 'Glasses in Classes'

    By Catherine Caruso|Feb. 28, 2020

    More than 300 million children are in need of affordable eye care. Read more

  • Feature: Global Citizen's Action Taker of the Week: Davinia James-Stewart From Silver Spring
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    Global Citizen's Action Taker of the Week: Davinia James-Stewart From Silver Spring

    By Nikki Francois|Feb. 28, 2020

    The activist's main mission is to help provide girls around the world with quality education. Read more

  • Feature: How Global Citizen’s Zoë Kelland Fights Extreme Poverty in Her Job and Beyond
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    How Global Citizen’s Zoë Kelland Fights Extreme Poverty in Her Job and Beyond

    By Imogen Calderwood  and  Pia Gralki|Feb. 28, 2020

    She juggles being our director of digital campaigns with supporting children's education in Kenya. Read more