To meet global education goals, look behind national headlines

In setting post-2015 education targets, simply measuring national performance figures will not be enough to achieve universal access to a quality, basic education for all, with no children left behind. An exclusive commentary by Julia Gillard, chair of the Global Partnership for Education and former Australian prime minister.

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  • Julia Gillard

    Julia Gillard is the former prime minister of Australia and current chair of the Board of Directors at the Global Partnership for Education and distinguished fellow at the Brookings Institution. Both organizations are headquartered in Washington, D.C.