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From the IIE Blog: What Will 2015 Mean for Higher Education?

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Raisa Belyavina, Senior Research Officer with IIE’s Center for Academic Mobility Research, asks in IIE’s Opening Minds blog, "What Will 2015 Mean for Higher Education?"

"When the current Education for All (EFA) goals expire in 2015, the pendulum of global funding for education may swing in the direction of higher education. The EFA movement—supported for over a decade by more than 160 countries and coordinated by UNESCO—has a lofty goal to "provide quality basic education for all children, youths and adults by 2015." EFA is aligned with the educational components of the Millennium Development Goals, which include universal primary education and gender parity and empowerment of women. Higher education has not been a target of these development goals," Belyavina writes. 

To read the full blog post, visit: www.iie.org/Blog/2013/May/UNESCO-MDG-Higher-Education

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