Education and the G20


How education figures into the G20 agenda – or not.

Cuts to education and foreign aid spending in Australia have lead professionals to question why education is not on the international growth agenda.

This comes as reports from the World Bank show that education is a primary driver of GDP growth.

Daniel Pickering reports for the Global Campus Network at the University of Queensland.


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Daniel Pickering

Daniel is a passionate young journalist studying in his second year of a Bachelor of Journalism at UQ. He aspires to work as a multimedia journalist nationally and beyond. Additionally, he composes and engineers music for online publication, with technical skills at all levels of audio production.

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