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Non-formal education expands horizons in rural Lao village

A four-hour drive from Luang Prabang, following an unpaved, twisting mountain track, is Xaysathan district in Lao PDR’s Sayaburi province, a beautiful mountain area on the border with Thailand...

Millions are still out of school. This is the world’s plan to change that

From 2000 to 2015, primary-school enrolment in the developing world rose from 83% to 91%...

Discover the new Right to education handbook

Education is a fundamental human right of every woman, man and child. However, millions are still deprived of educational opportunities every day, many as a result of social, cultural and economic factors...

Reflections on Achieving the Global Education Goals

Story Source: Project Syndicate ~ Go to Original Article By: AMINA J. MOHAMMED Amina J. Mohammed, former Minister of Environment for Nigeria, Deputy Secretary-General of the...

Education Above All project in Pakistan aims to educate 200,000 children

Story Source: Gulf Times ~ Go to Original Article Education Above All (EAA) Foundation’s global programme, Educate A Child (EAC), in partnership with the British...

Mobile school brings career hopes to deprived Bangladeshi children

A bus converted into a mobile classroom is proving just the ticket for underprivileged children in the Bangladeshi capital...

Finding a job remains tough for stateless Chiang Rai hill tribes

Story Source: Borneo Bulletin ~ Go to Original Article Re-posted from 29 Aug 2016. Among the hill tribes of northern Chiang Rai province, children typically grow up...

If you’re a 13-year-old living in Afghanistan

Story Source: Norwegian Refugee Council ~ Go to Original Article If you're a 13-year-old living in Afghanistan you'll have lived your whole life in conflict and...

Getting boats to children who have to swim to school in the Philippines

Story Source: BBC News (UK - World News) ~ Go to Original Article Imagine if going to school meant swimming and wading through water and...

Fast books: The mobile libraries servicing isolated communities

Story Source: Phnom Penh Post ~ Go to Original Article Above: Ta Porng Nuy (not in picture) brings reading material to isolated communities in Ratanakkiri...

Meet the woman who’s turning Myanmar’s street children into chefs

Story Source: Channel News Asia ~ Go to Original Article Ma Khin started a restaurant to shelter and train street kids, and it has involved...

Comprehensive school safety policy: Trends in the Asia-Pacific region

Story Source: PreventionWeb ~ Go to Original Article Source: GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND RESILIENCE IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR (GADRRRES)  The purpose of this...

Turning the spotlight on those left behind to mark the first International Day of...

Story Source: UNESCO (World Education Blog) ~ Go to Original Article By Manos Antoninis, Director of the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report and Silvia Montoya,...

The World’s Responsibility to Educate

Story Source: Project Syndicate ~ Go to Original Article By: SERIGNE MBAYE THIAM, Senegal’s Minister of Education and the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of...

FIFA, UNESCO and the World Food Programme sign an innovative partnership to enhance children’s...

Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article Above: FIFA President Gianni Infantino and UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay Davos, Switzerland, 24 January—On the sidelines of the...

7 ingredients for a great education

Story Source: Global Partnership for Education ~ Go to Original Article On the first International Day of Education, let’s review the key role that education...

Malaysian NGO opens ‘Big Heart’ learning centre

Story Source: Gulf Today ~ Go to Original Article Dignity for Children Foundation (DFCF), a Kuala Lumpur-based educational NGO, which has been educating and training...

World Bank, Gates Foundation, DFID Join Forces to Improve Education Quality Around the World

Story Source: Modern Diplomacy ~ Go to Original Article The World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the UK’s Department for International Development...

Investing heavily in education

Story Source: Khmer Times ~ Go to Original Article The government has urged all stakeholders to invest heavily in human resources to compete with other...

The Education Crisis: Being in School Is Not the Same as Learning

Story Source: World Bank ~ Go to Original Article THE NAME OF THE DOG IS PUPPY. This seems like a simple sentence. But did you...

All girls need 12 years of quality education

Story Source: Global Partnership for Education ~ Go to Original Article By: Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, United Kingdom's Foreign Secretary, and Amb. (Dr.) Amina...

Pakistan will need 81,200 more schools in next 20 years

Story Source: Pakistan Today ~ Go to Original Article Pakistan will require at least 81,000 new schools in the next 20 years in the wake...

This is what matters in education, according to the world’s best teacher

Story Source: World Economic Forum ~ Go to Original Article The pupils at Alperton Community School in Brent, northwest London are among the most disadvantaged...

Fewer Children Out Of School, But Basic Skills Stay Out Of Reach: New Study

No more than 2.8% of children are out of school in India, the first time the figure has fallen below 3%, bringing the total school enrollment to a record 97.2%.

Teaching science and hope in an Ethiopian refugee camp

In a refugee camp hosting more than 85,000 refugees, a young mother of two have paved her way as one of the most popular teachers in the camp.

Top 6 trends in higher education

Around the world, tuition at universities is rising at a much faster rate than inflation and challenging students’ return on investment.

The state of global education in 8 charts

These 8 graphs explain the key challenges that education is facing around the world.

Refugee girls want to improve the world. Will we let them do so?

Although cultural tides are shifting, a lack of resources and opportunities makes it hard for girls to reach their potential.

Indonesia: Too Poor for School: Economic Barriers to Education in Banten

Susi Saodah, a resident of Tangerang, only wants the best for her daughter, Ayu.

A momentum for efforts on inclusion in education

Despite the progress made in recent years, persons with disabilities continue to face numerous barriers to their full inclusion and participation in their communities, and in society as a whole.