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In early August, President George W. Bush met with Education Pioneers Fellows to discuss the crucial role of accountability in providing quality education for all students, regardless of their life circumstances. This week, Tunisia began developing its constitution that will among other things articulate “what women are free to do.” Since the January 2011 overthrow of Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the country has been closely watched, and the development of this constitution and its subsequent contents will send important signals throughout the Middle East. Science Cafés are gaining in popularity in Africa, and are proving to be an excellent way to bring science and health information to the general public, including in Uganda where experts have taken to science cafés to discuss the topics of HIV/AIDS and cervical cancer.
Domestic Excellence: A Look Back at 2018
As we look back on 2018, we celebrate some of the top moments from the Bush Institute’s work in domestic excellence.
The Next Big Thing in School Accountability: Better Supports for Students and Teachers
Lessons Learned from The A Word: Accountability--The Dirty Word of Today's Education Reform
Five Reasons Schools Should Use Data. Faster.
Lessons from The A Word: Accountability — The Dirty Word of Today’s Education Reform