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Have a look at some of the coverage of the Business Backs Education campaign:

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The Financial Times carried this OpEd piece today on their popular Beyond Brics section
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Major international businesses are failing to spend enough on supporting education, according to a global education campaign.
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Less than half of the world’s largest companies invest in education as part of their corporate social responsibility budgets. Here’s why that’s short-sighted
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Overall, the world’s largest businesses are spending a small percentage of their sustainability budgets on education. These corporations are doing the most
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School leaders are used to being told where they’re going wrong, and prominent among their critics are businesses. But if business wants better schools, it should dig deeper.
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Big business is being urged to do more to support schools as a new study reveals that the world’s top companies spend just 13 per cent of their combined charitable budgets on education.
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Some of the world’s largest companies only spend “a fraction” of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) on education, according to the Varkey Foundation.
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Varkey Foundation publishes that Fortune 500 companies only spent 13% of their total budget for corporate social responsibility on education-related activities was reported.
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As many as eight Indian companies in Fortune Global 500 list including Reliance Industries and ONGC spend as much as $ 81 million a year on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, a report says.
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Banco Santander es la primera empresa del mundo en inversión educativa, con una media 197 millones de dólares anuales, seguida por IBM (144 millones) y Telefónica (130 millones), según el informe de la Fundación Varkey en colaboración con la Unesco.
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