USAID’s EducationLinks is a resource for all education practitioners to learn and share knowledge to create and implement successful, effective education and skills development programs.
Who can use it?
EducationLinks is open to everyone, but its content is tailored to those engaged in maximizing education development outcomes such as country partners, the donor community, USAID staff, implementing partners and all development practitioners.
What can you do?
Find valuable information from USAID and its partners at any time, from anywhere, all in one place. Use the site’s features to:
Learn about USAID global engagements and how you can get involved.
Access the latest research and good practices the resource library and education topics.
Read the latest learning blogs from USAID and our partners.
Explore upcoming virtual and in-person events and find post-event summaries.
Stay informed about announcements in international education.
How can you get updates?
Click on the topics that interest you to sign up for weekly updates.
USAID’s EducationLinks is supported by Education Performance Improvement, Communications, and Knowledge (EPIC), a mechanism managed by the Education Policy and Planning Division (EPP) in the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3) Office of Education (ED). E3/ED is working in partnership with EPIC to improve education sector impact, programming, measurement, management and performance.