Flexible Learning Strategies

FOR OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN AND YOUTH


FIVE MAIN COMPONENTS

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Intensive Quality Learning

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Reaching the Unreached

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Flexibility

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Equivalency

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Lifelong Learning and Global Citizenship

 

Data from World Bank

 

Data from World Bank

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know; but when you listen, you may learn something new.”

Dalai Lama

Out of School Children (primary)

million in Sub-Saharan Africa

million in Asia & Pacific

million in Arab states

Asia Education Summit on
Flexible Learning Strategies for
OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN

24-26 February 2016, Bangkok, Thailand

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How one organization helps kids to dream big

It is summer in the province of Batangas, where a small house is situated in Brgy. Libjo, providing shelter to young kids for them to learn and play. It is in this place where the passion of volunteerism thrives, and the love for learning flourishes. The kids sketch...

Restoring Dignity and Hope Through Education

When a crisis on the scale of Syria’s conflict makes its impact it is hard to know just what actions are needed to both save and improve people’s lives. The first response lies in addressing the most basic needs; safety and shelter, clean water and food, sanitation...

STREETS NAMED AFTER REAL SLUMDOG HEROES

Every citizen in this country is privy to the political plot behind the naming of streets and corners that reduces heroic freedom fighters and deceased political leaders to tools of gimmick. But a city-based NGO has come up with the novel idea of using this exact ploy...

Why is the education budget not larger?

The new budget for 2016-17 to be presented in the national Parliament on June 2, according to the pre-view given by the Finance Minister, will top  Taka 3.4  trillion or US$43 billion. In absolute taka amount, this is five times larger than ten years ago. How is...
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