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Rural Lao boys substituting for their mothers

Children of school-going age are forced to stay at home to care for their younger siblings. Kham lives in Hatsaphei village, Ngoi district, Luang Prabang province. He plays the role as a friend and...

What Does It Take to Win the Battle Against Girls Dropping Out of School? One Cambodian Girl Will Make Us Think Twice

In the village of Bakong, Cambodia, there is a battle raging for girls' education. Like many places in the world, poverty, health, and traditional assumptions about the value of girls' education...

Teach (all) the children well

A just society would ensure basic education for all. How can we get closer to that ideal? In the days preceding January 26 or August 15, you find children selling the Indian flag at every traffic...

Building Life Skills and Self-Confidence

Chhoun La is a 16-year-old girl who lives in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia. Though she is young, Chhoun has faced many hardships. In school, Chhoun lagged behind her classmates because she was tasked...

The left out in right to education

"Not a single child belonging to weaker or disadvantaged groups is enrolled in class I in unaided primary schools in 46 districts of Uttar Pradesh. Another 26 districts do not have concrete...

Advocating for the rights of girls around the world

I am one of the many young girls who grew up in a place where there is always conflict. In my part of the Philippines, in Zamboanga, Mindanao, even during more peaceful times, a lot of us would...

India signs $300 mn loan agreement from World Bank for education

The objective of the project is to improve student outcomes especially of disadvantaged groups in selected Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and to increase the effectiveness of the Higher...

Bajura kids miss out on school as seasonal migration starts

"Out of 27 Village Development Committees (VDCs) of Bajura, more than 5,000 people are settled in Pandusain, Martadi, Bichhiya, Kolti, Kotila and Bangdhu VDCs, high up in the mountains. According to...

Improving night schools, zilla prishad schools top priority, Prakash Javadekar says

The priority of the government will be improving the condition of zilla prishad schools and nights schools, Union minister for human resource development Prakash Javadekar said. Javadekar, who...

Singapore in 2035 to be inclusive and innovative: DPM Tharman

The Singapore 20 years from now will be an innovative and deeply inclusive one, where a new generation of Singaporeans define their own purpose in life, each with a sense of individuality, in a...

70% schools do not have ideal pupil-teacher ratio

"Nearly 70 per cent schools in the state do not have a satisfactory pupil teacher ratio (PTR) as prescribed in the Right to Education Act, revealed the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) for...

Cairo’s Mother Theresa serves children of Egypt’s slums

In a slum inhabited by Cairo’s legions of informal garbage collectors, children in tattered sandals walk down muddy, trash-strewn alleys to get to Mama Maggie’s community center, where their feet...

Education and Democratic Citizenshp in Colombia

Public schools were a result of the Enlightenment, a philosophical movement that put forth the revolutionary idea that ordinary people could rule themselves, improve their own circumstances and, in...

Second Chances: Giving Dhaka’s slum children an opportunity to go back to school

Deep in the winding alleys of a Dhaka slum, business was booming. Rafiq, an entrepreneurial 12-year-old, was selling snacks out of a makeshift food cart – and his customers couldn’t get enough....

She snuck out to take exams after her parents burned her books…twice.

"I guess you could say that Tay Thi was a rebellious teenager. Except instead of skipping school, Tay Thi defied her parents by staying in school. Illiterate and in poor health, Tay Thi’s parents...

US: Harlem Schools Are Left to Fail as Those Not Far Away Thrive

Some of the best public elementary schools in New York City are in Community School District 3, on Manhattan’s West Side. At those schools, the vast majority of children pass the annual state tests,...

Why a mobile-technology revolution needs teachers

Mobile tech is revolutionizing banking and farming in Africa. But when it comes to education, it's increasing the gap between rural and urban communities. The solution to this dilemma may surprise...

US: High School Improving Discipline By Gamifying Good Behavior

By rewarding students for positive behavior, Kentucky’s Valley High School is transforming its culture—while recognizing students who do the right thing. It’s not often that school leaders see...

Seven Steps to Make Your Classroom More Like a Google Workplace

What can teachers learn from the workplace culture of companies like Google? A new paper suggests that one way to improve students' happiness and performance is to revamp the classroom to look more...

Teaching students, their parents and teachers, too

Cynthia Lim, mother of three, did not think it is necessary to attend meetings called by Malanday Elementary School (MES) in Marikina City between parents and teachers. Lim, whose two children are...

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