On April 17, Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, posted an explanation of his plans to address the world's education disparity. Brown points to his report on education in South Sudan as an example of where problems lie, and how to approach it.
Ultimately, Brown describes a highly ambitious plan that would raise the level of education investment significantly. Brown is looking to stir up support for a very expensive, potentially very important education plan. One part of this greater plan will apparently be an organization, Education without Borders, operating with similar principles to that of Doctors without Borders: bringing education where it is needed most, rather than where it is politically most convenient.