40 Billion Dollar Funding Gap for Education Development is No Big Deal For Economist Jeffry Sachs

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40 Billion Dollar Funding Gap for Education Development is No Big Deal For Economist Jeffry Sachs

International Education News Network (IENN)

(Original article: IENN. April 27, 2016)

In this video IENN sits down with Professor Jeffrey Sachs to talk economics, policy and education development.
 
Columbia University Professor Jeffery Sachs is no stranger to the skepticism surrounding the sustainable development goals. But for Professor Sachs these goals are about much more than being starry-eyed and hopeful, he believes with a grassroots approach, creativity, and maybe bit technology, all girls and boys can obtain a free quality primary and secondary education by 2030. And that 40-billion dollar funding gap? He says For a macroeconomist, is no big deal.

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