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"The director of education will head a six-member working committee to work on a strategy on bringing out-of-school children back to school. The working committee will conduct a study of children at construction sites, children of sugarcane workers, brick kiln workers...
"Despite encouragement from federal, state and territory governments to complete school – and a legal obligation to “learn or earn” – one in five young Australians still leaves school before the end of Year 12. Evidence about early school leavers in Australia...
"I recently had the fortune to participate in a UNESCO meeting on mobile literacy solutions for out-of-school children in Thailand. With a large population of migrants in some of the most difficult-to-reach parts of the country, many children risk missing out on...
The Companies Act has Promise, but Will India Inc. Cash In? Business value and social good can converge if companies shift focus from compliance to results
There is much excitement here in India around the potential of the year-old CSR component of the 2013 Companies Act to deliver on social impact. It’s the world’s first nationally-mandated CSR law and stipulates that 2 percent of corporations’ profits must be spent on...
"Thirty years ago this month, I began my career in education. With a group of Boston College (BC) graduates, I moved to Kingston, Jamaica to teach, for $90 a month, at Campion College. I was 22. Jamaica changed my life trajectory. I stayed in education. I developed a...
"Almost 30 million children are out of school in emergency or conflict affected countries following the targeting of schools and the displacement of millions of children forced from their homes and studies, the United Nations Children’s Fund said today. “For children...
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