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WHY MILLIONS OF CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL?

IT is unfortunate but a hard fact that the country which takes pride for being a nuclear power is still ranked amongst those few countries where the figure of out of school children runs into...

Rajasthan’s New Order Will Put 3 Lakh Children Out Of Private Schools

Education is the right of every child, but a new order of the Rajasthan government may shut the doors of private schools and a brighter future to nearly 3 lakh children in the state. Under the Right...

Nepal: :Cost of education

The issue of private schools’ fee structure resurfaced again last year as private school operators in the country sought to increase fees significantly. The student wings of political parties...

The order of education

Every year, the commencement of the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations prompts a flurry of opinions on education and the particularly incongruous model that Nepal had adopted. A few...

A second shot at getting an education in India

Twenty five children of construction labourers living in a slum in Arakere, Bannerghata Road, may get a second shot at an education, after Education Department officials and child activists...

Three-day Asia-Pacific Conference on Education and Training opens in Malaysia

Despite tremendous economic growth in Asia-Pacific over the past decade, millions of the region’s young find themselves unemployed or underemployed, lacking the skills they need to find meaningful...

Top 10 tips for education startups from the TiE Bangalore EduThon

The education market in India, presently worth around Rs 5.9 trillion (US$ 92.98 billion), is poised for major growth. According to industry estimates, by 2020 India will have the world’s largest...

Streets of Mumbai are home to 37059 children who work and live there: Report

"ActionAid India recently conducted a headcount of the children who live on the streets of Mumbai. What their enumerators observed on field was a heart breaking accounts of the 37059 children who...

UNESCO’s Education Monitoring Report Points to Growing Inequality in Education in India

The report points out to the growing inequality in education in India. “While the gap in access to higher education remains large, the gap in access to institutions of good quality is pronounced,...

ASER report 2014: Students moving from public to private schools in Pakistan

More parents are opting for their students to go to private schools rather than public ones, revealed the latest edition of the Annual Status of Education Report (Aser) 2014. The report, formally...

The “Secret Sauce” to Scaling Up Quality Education in Developing Countries

We are one year closer to the 2030 deadline for the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, and when it comes to education, it does not appear that we are on track. If current trends...

UN Creates Education Fund for Refugee Children

Former British Prime Minster Gordon Brown on Monday announced the creation of the United Nations' first humanitarian fund for the education of refugee children. Acting in his role as U.N. special...

Schools focusing on digital literacy

PETAL -- The only sound in teacher Barbara Oberst's digital literacy class is the light tapping of dozens of fingers on computer keyboards. About 20 sixth-graders are concentrating intently on their...

Australia: Too many children are exluded from the school system

By Brendan Murray | 3 February, 2018  Nearly a million Victorian children returned to school last week. But thousands did not. Exclusion is a cruel yet quietly accepted component of our education...

Malala To U.N.: War Shouldn’t Deprive Children Of Education

Malala Yousafzai set the tone for the 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Summit on Friday by calling for every child, especially those affected by war, terrorism and the refugee crisis, to...

IBM Watson Launches First Mobile App For Education

IBM Watson proved on Jeopardy it can process and “learn” information much faster than humans. But how well can it help teachers and students learn? Last week, IBM Watson released Element for...

Enrollment ratio of primary schoolchildren has improved: ADB (Pakistan)

In Pakistan, at least one in five children of primary school age is out of school, but the country has improved its net enrollment ratio by 16 percentage points in recent years, says an Asian...

Mali, Guinea: Small schools and the pursuit of happiness

November 2012, Lomé, Togo It was one of those mid-workshop, wake-up-everyone type exercises. About 30 civil society representatives from across Africa, gathered to see how they might better support...

Education data in four charts

A simple but critical point for any data-driven transparency reform is that it can only be as strong as its source data. There’s no sense in publishing information if it is incomplete, unreliable,...

Emergency Education Now

In an ideal world, whenever children needed help, they would get it. When girls and boys were forced from their homes or classrooms because of war, natural disaster, or other crises, the...

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