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Pakistan experienced second largest education aid cuts

"Pakistan has experienced the second largest cuts across the globe (after India) in aid to basic education that fell by $60 million between 2010-2012, despite being among the top five countries in...

India: Annual Education Survey 2016: Punjab, Haryana school students show decline in learning curve

In Haryana, 19.9 per cent students of Class I cannot recognise numbers, 24.4 per cent cannot recognise capital letters of the English alphabet and 23.4 per cent cannot recognise Hindi alphabets. A...

Whatever Comes At Her — She’s Not Afraid Anymore

"Today, Ashmita wears her confidence like a crown. If football has taught her anything, it is to live up to the challenges the world throws at her, and the world has certainly thrown some challenges...

Inequality keeps too many children out of school in South Asia

A new study has revealed that 27 million children aged 5-13 are out of school in four countries -Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka - in South Asia. “Out-of-school children have little...

Stipend programme for out-of-school children

RAWALPINDI: To bring back out-of-school children, the Punjab government is mulling a stipend programme under which students will be paid monthly. A senior officer at the School Education Department...

I am those 66 million girls who are out of school, says Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai

Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai received the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize sharing the prestigious award with India's Kailash Satyarthi in Oslo on Wednesday evening. The Nobel Prize is presented every year on...

Cambodia: Education Reform Urged

Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron has called on all levels of government, development partners and political parties to commit to deep reforms of education to achieve sustainable development by...

AO victim’s library spells out hope for rural children

Read this press release recounting how one girls struggle with a genetic disorder called brittle-bone disease excluded her from schooling opportunities, and how that has led her to support OOSC...

Why is the Pakistani education system so alarmingly out-dated?

Two of the most neglected concepts in Pakistan are education and health, and this can be seen in the amount of effort our government invests in these sectors. It may sound clichéd to say that we...

Pakistan: Out of school: Why incentives fail to attract children

LAHORE: Panellists discussed why a lot of children chose to remain out of school despite new incentives and schemes at schools. The dialogue took place at the session titled ’25 million broken...

Cambodia: Accelerated learning (A/L)

Objective To attract over-age children to enroll or re-enroll in school by offering the chance to complete the six-year primary education cycle in three years. An associated objective is to reduce...

Watch her go

"Wangari is one of the more than 30 Kenyan girls Watch Me Go is trying to help to finish their secondary education. The young organization does this through crowdfunding — with a twist. Unlike other...

A New Branch for J-PAL!

Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) has expanded to Southeast Asia. Based at the University of Indonesia (UI), it joins France, South Africa, Chile, and the United States. Read about their...

Are schools really made for learning?

How to teach more efficiently? and How to learn more efficiently? are two questions that puzzle educational professionals and students from the dawn of education. Teaching has been around for...

A strong public education system benefits all

There has been an ongoing growth in students attending the non-government education sector over the past decade. It is diabolical that public education or government-funded school education  faces...

Three Ways to Create Image-based Formative Assessments

From math to science to geography to art there are plenty of times when an image-based formative assessment is the best way to gauge a student's understanding of a topic. The following three tools...

Syrian refugees $250m extra for schools

An extra $250m (£174m) emergency funding will be provided for educating Syrian refugee children this year, the UN global education envoy Gordon Brown has announced in New York. This will support a...

Teachers union asks lawmakers for $2 million for ‘full-service community schools’

To improve academic outcomes for needy children, Education Minnesota suggested Thursday transforming schools into one-stop shops, where dozens of outside agencies would offer not just classroom...

Empowering rural women through education

By: DR JAYA SHUKLA September 02, 2017 The right to education is fundamental Human Right. Education is crucial for development of women. Rural women’s access to education and training can have a...

Singapore: From expanding DSA to new ITE diploma: 5 things to know about the latest education changes

SINGAPORE - A series of changes to Singapore's education system were revealed during the Ministry of Education's (MOE) debate on its budget on Tuesday (March 7). Announcing its inclusive vision of...

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