Learning in Liberia

A three year study of the Bridge Liberia program showed that 81% of students who joined a Bridge Liberia school in the first grade and spent 2½ years in class are proficient or basic readers; compared to only 33% of students in traditional public schools.


The Liberian Education Advancement Program (LEAP) is a public private partnership with eight non state actors designed to improve school management in order to bring about improved learning outcomes for students across the government school system.

Learning in Liberia: Year three is a co-authored study by UNESCO’s Vice Chair of the Education Commission and Head of Education Delivery at the Ministry of Education in Liberia, and NewGlobe. The study specifically focuses on the progress being made in Bridge Liberia supported schools after three years of the public private partnership.

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New Delhi, India

NewGlobe in New Delhi has shared services teams, including Marketing, Academics, Talent Acquisition, Policy & Advocacy, and New Opportunities. 

The Marketing team develops and executes strategic marketing initiatives, while the Academics team focuses on effective instructional design as well as high-quality educational content.

The Talent Acquisition team ensures NewGlobe India attracts and retains top talent, while the Policy and Advocacy team liases with stakeholders that support the organization’s mission. They all work closely with offices around the globe to optimize operations across the organization. 

Hyderabad, India

NewGlobe operates shared services teams in Hyderabad, with a focus on transforming education in under-resourced communities. 

The teams include Technology (Software Development, IT Operations, etc.), Academics (Instructional Design, Production), People, Talent Acquisition, and Finance. Through their collaboration, NewGlobe effectively delivers high-quality education to remote and marginalized populations across India.