PRB Topic Feed: Education/Topics/Education.aspxGender Inequality at WorkThis report tracks changes in work-related gender inequality in the 1990s, placing them in the context of trends over the last 50 years in educational attainment, work experience, politics, and attitudes.10/01/2004/Publications/Articles/2004/GenderInequalityatWork.aspx171d95ae-4725-4667-a1c6-52fb95672331U.S. Diversity Visas Are Attracting Africa's Best and BrightestIn the United States, many people equate immigration with a growing Hispanic population. But new sources of immigrants have emerged in the past decade — including several African countries — and well-educated professionals constitute a growing segment of the newcomers.07/01/2001/Publications/Articles/2001/USDiversityVisasAreAttractingAfricasBestandBrightest.aspx0640121d-312f-49a5-b684-4bdc1dc47277More U.S. Scientists and Engineers Are Foreign-BornVanderbilt University professor Mariano Sana reported that the ratio of foreign-born to U.S.-born scientists and engineers doubled in little more than a decade.01/11/2011/Publications/Articles/2011/usforeignbornstem.aspx05a9ad29-293d-41c9-ae92-a572b296f59cEffective Implementation of Proven Practices for Children in Real World Clinical, Educational, and Community SettingsDr. Sharon Ramey, a founder of the Georgetown University Center on Health and Education, discusses how to take what is known to work for early childhood development and bring science to bear to design effective policy. 02/17/2009/Publications/Articles/2009/rameypolicyseminar.aspx016adaed-db69-4c8b-a318-3f45da4a7e0dEducation of Marginalized Populations in Burkina FasoBurkina Faso has made enormous progress in education since 1960, when the country gained independence.08/04/2014/Publications/Articles/2014/education-in-burkina-faso.aspx42f5aa68-e659-44d9-bd87-ab8a6a8261beUniversal Education Seen as Crucial in AIDS FightWith HIV/AIDS hindering the ability of schools in some countries to deliver education services, new initiatives are afoot to rescue and turn schools into powerful weapons against an epidemic that killed 3 million people in 2001 and saw 5 million people newly infected with the AIDS-causing virus. 07/02/2002/Publications/Articles/2002/UniversalEducationSeenasCrucialinAIDSFight.aspxe0ac52a7-e445-42d9-a5fb-689b697e904eThe Palestinian Territories: Signs of Change Amidst Ongoing SufferingRecent plans for staunching the bloodshed and bringing Palestinians and Israelis back to a defunct peace process have come and gone without lasting effect. Supporting one's family, accessing health care, and pursuing an education in the territories remain fraught with difficulties.02/01/2005/Publications/Articles/2005/ThePalestinianTerritoriesSignsofChangeAmidstOngoingSuffering.aspxd53cd58d-c603-42e7-8666-ece8505d71c6PRB Discuss Online: The Increasing Importance of Education for Longevity in the United StatesIn a PRB Discuss Online, Robert Hummer, Centennial Commission professor of liberal arts at the University of Texas, Austin, answered questions from participants about the relationship between education and longevity in the United States. Read a transcript of the questions and answers.06/09/2011/Publications/Articles/2011/us-education-longevity.aspx8854ea75-48f1-4dac-8451-5e975dad6311Event in Nairobi Puts Policymakers, Youth in ConversationOn Sept. 19, 2017, We Are Kenya’s Future: Young People and Our Nation’s Growth officially launched in Nairobi, Kenya during a co-hosted event with Population Reference Bureau, Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA), and National Council for Population and Development (NCPD). The event showcased youth voices on the demographic dividend and created space for meaningful dialogue between policymakers and young people. Kenya has demonstrated how political leadership can define and build consensus for measurable policy actions to propel the country towards a demographic dividend, as is shown through Kenya’s Demographic Dividend Roadmap, which was presented during the event.09/21/2017/Events/2017/Event-in-Nairobi-Puts-Policymakers-and-Youth-in-Conversation.aspx2d7b5360-34f0-4b22-806f-f3206e6fe3f3Break It Down (The Pop Song)Mark Mather, associate vice president in U.S. Programs at PRB, wrote “Break It Down (The Pop Song)” to explain demography basics to younger audiences. Watch it and follow Mark’s advice to “sing along.” 04/26/2016/Multimedia/Video/2016/pop-song.aspx91e693a2-25c5-466a-b2f6-4c5bb89fe1d2