Audrey Feldman is working with Professor TJ D’Agostino, director of the International Education Research Initiative, to research educational opportunities in developing nations. Feldman is working on two projects that Notre Dame and USAID are collaborating on; the first is improving sustainable book supply chains. By studying positive deviants in Honduras, Rwana, and Cambodia, Feldman will identify transferable lessons for other countries. The second project analyzes Language of Instruction Transition in Education Systems (LITES). Focusing on Kenya, Mozambique, Senegal, and the Philippines, Feldman aims to provide research that will provide curriculum recommendations for schools navigating multilingualism in their student population.