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15-Year Celebration of GCE-US

This year, we celebrate the 15th year of the Global Campaign for Education-US movement. Today, we are empowered by over 80 coalition members working across disciplines to visualize increased awareness and action toward Education For All. We are profoundly grateful for all our supporters’ steadfast commitments to ensuring universal quality education as a basic right.
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GCE-US Response to Abuse in Liberian Schools

In response to the news of horrific sexual violence and crimes committed against Liberian children by the staff with More than Me, the Global Campaign for Education-US deeply affirms our commitment to the safe protection of students, learners and communities globally.
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Act Now: Urge Congress to Oppose Funding Cuts

The Administration is developing a package of rescissions targeting funds that Congress already approved. According to the Washington Post, the White House is considering cutting more than $3 billion from the foreign aid budget. Speak out against these cuts today!
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Global Action Week for Education 2018

Washington, D.C. - From April 22 to April 28, 2018, the Global Campaign for Education-US will celebrate its 15th Global Action Week for Education! This year’s Global Action Week for Education theme focuses on Citizen Participation and Accountability for Sustainable Development Goal 4. We invite you to become a citizen participant by joining Global Action Week for Education & urging Congress to fully fund global education!
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READ Act Implementation Under Way: New Senior Coordinator Nominated

On March 26, 2018, President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to appoint Julie E. Cram to be the Senior Coordinator of United States International Basic Education Assistance. The Global Campaign for Education-US welcomes this nomination. We look forward to working with the Senior Coordinator to implement the READ Act and ensure quality education for children and youth.
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