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Japan must lead G-7 to address global education crisis

Pandemic has devastated schooling for children in low-income countries

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Children prepare to enter their classrooms in San Juan City, the Philippines on the first day of post-pandemic class in August 2022.    © Reuters

Laura Frigenti is chief executive of the Global Partnership for Education, a fund dedicated to transforming education in lower-income countries.

The world today faces a learning crisis that is unique in history in terms of the growing range of threats that have emerged to the education of girls and boys in lower-income countries.

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