NBC News – Pop star Rihanna has been putting in some “work” on global education efforts, and a meeting Wednesday with France’s president appears to have paid off.
President Emmanuel Macron said on Twitter after the pair met in Paris that he is “committed” to helping address the challenge of 264 million children being out of school.
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