News flash from the Brookings Institue: They've just launched their Global Scholars Program: Promoting Girls’ Education in Developing Countries, which offers guest scholars from developing countries the opportunity to pursue independent research on global education issues with a specific focus on girls’ education.
During their time at Brookings, the scholars will work with Center for Universal Education staff to develop their specific research project. They will also participate in a variety of workshops, meetings and conferences, as well as have opportunities to network with the broader development community. You can find more information about the program and the application process on their website. Applications are accepted until 31 August.
Thanks to Jessica Stannard-Friel for passing this along!