As we face a global health pandemic, a severe economic downturn, and a growing movement in response to systemic racism, innovative education initiatives that address these and other complex, structural challenges are being tested in every corner of the world. The key question remains, however, how these efforts can be effectively, equitably, and sustainably scaled.

Through the Millions Learning Real-time Scaling Labs action research project, we have had the privilege to learn alongside our partners in the process of scaling some of these innovative education initiatives in Botswana, Côte d’Ivoire, Jordan, the Philippines, and Tanzania. While there is much diversity across these five labs—some have been initiated by NGOs while others are fully led by government and some focus on critical early learning while others support young women

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