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How a Stereotype-Smashing Teen Founded the First All-Girl Muslim Robotics Team, FLS News Alerts 789 – Tues 14 Aug 2018

"The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows" ―Sydney J. Harris 4 Mins | Girls Ed. How a Stereotype-Smashing Teen Founded the First All-Girl Muslim Robotics Team What can a 15-year-old do to help break down barriers... READ 1 Min | Finance World...

Books are bridges to embracing our differences: how books help us understand ourselves and others better, FLS News Alerts, Issue 788, Fri 10 Aug 2018

"Joy, feeling one's own value, being appreciated and loved by others, feeling useful and capable are all factors of enormous value for the human soul" ―Marie Montessori 4 Mins  |  Curriculum Diverse books are bridges to embracing our differences Books have the power...

What Do Kids Think About School? The Answers Might Surprise You…, Results from HundrED’s Global Youth Survey on Education, Daily News Flash 787

Brand New Design! Issue 787, Tue 7 Aug 18, Keep up your professional knowledge! #Quote of the day Our job is obvious, we need to get out of the way, shine a light, and empower a new generation... ―Seth Godin 4 Min Read       #Research What Do Kids Think About School?...

Discover the Power of the Social Brain, What it is and how it works, FLS News Flash 786

Issue 786, 2 Aug 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it"    ―Alan Moore The Power of the Social Brain. What...

10 Takeaways from the Girls Not Brides Global Meeting, FLS News Flash 785

Issue 785, 31 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "Learning should be a joy and full of excitement. It is life's greatest adventure; it is an illustrated excursion..."     -...

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Cultivating Local Leaders for Girls’ Education in Developing Countries

Editor’s Note: This blog is the first of three that will profile local leaders from around the world who advocate for improved education—especially for girls—in their communities. These blogs will...

Dropout rate among girls in Thane dips in India

Thane: There has been a rise in the volume of girls completing primary school education in the district over the last four years. Though experts have lauded the numbers, they have called for far...

Pakistan’s education system grapples with challenges

Children in Pakistan disenchanted with education after teachers forced them to clean schools or beat them became the inspiration for the founder of a charitable institution that targets those...

India: Are we really serious about our children’s education?

I am afraid, not quite. As a mother and a stakeholder in the Indian education sector I feel really concerned about the state of the country’s education infrastructure. To begin with, our education...

India: UNESCO report on universal educational goals based on past trends: Kushwaha

In it's Global Education Monitoring Report, 2016, UNESCO has claimed that India will be half a century late in achieving its universal education goals. The statements and predictions made in the...

Singapore: Salman Khan of the Khan Academy: Firing up an education revolution

By Sandra Davie 15 January, 2018 In the first of a four-part series on disruptions in education, Mr Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy and Khan Lab School, talks about why and how education is...

Pakistan’s education crisis: the real story

The convention on the rights of the child and many of the global education goals, including the Millennium Development Goals, aim at ensuring the right to quality education, which, unfortunately,...

When children challenge the system

Today I went to a regular Science Toys workshop in Airoli, Navi Mumbai. It was a community center. There were around 40 children from 8 to 14 years of age packed in a room with little space of free...

ICT reaches remote community learning centres: Save the Children

A report finds that the use of ICT in the education sector has reached as far as remote community learning centres in Bangladesh. An international NGO, Save the Children released the report on...

India: 100 Women 2016: The girl who learned in the cloud

Gouri Chindarkar was among the first group of children in India to experience a unique way of learning. She would go to her village school at dawn to connect with mentors from all over the world....

Radical Pop-Up Schools: A new way to reach educationally disadvantaged communities

There’s a new thing in education — “pop up schools.” What and why are they — and who is behind them? This post, by Christia Mercer, the Gustave M. Berne Professor of Philosophy at Columbia...

Capturing the Plight of Rural China’s ‘Left Behind’ Children

When Ben Keller and Oliver Brooks Hamilton, two seniors at Denison University, learned that their classmate Xinyi Hua had won a Davis Projects for Peace grant, they got right to work. Hua’s project...

How Personal APIs Let Students Design Their University

I sat at a table with faculty, technologists, CIOs, startup founders and students, all gathered under one roof to tackle the question: How might we use application program interfaces (APIs) to...

Don’t be gender blind. Take a moment to understand gender gaps in education.

It may surprise many that, in global terms, girls make up just 52% of out of primary school age children. At the secondary level there are actually fewer girls out of school than boys. When...

How Artificial Intelligence can enhance educational efforts

WASHINGTON, November 5, 2016 — You may think artificial intelligence (AI) devices are a replacement for our brains. After all, when you can’t figure out a math problem or don’t remember a history...

Child marriage: a devastating effect of the refugee crisis

The global refugee crisis triggered by the Syrian war and other conflicts poses a major challenge for governments around the world. Behind the scenes, though, it is exacerbating another, less...

How is Finland building schools of the future?

Finland is home to some of the world’s most forward-looking innovations in education – school autonomy instead of school rankings, portfolios instead of exam grades, inquiry-based learning instead...

Pakistan Launches New Education Plan in Sindh

The Global Partnership helps Pakistan make progress in education Recently, the Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy launched the first Education Sector Plan for Sindh Province in Pakistan. It...

Government launches Alternative Pathways to Secondary Education initiative

The Education Ministry this morning launched its Alternative Pathways to Secondary Education initiative. Education Minister Senator Ruel Reid said the initiative will provide a new approach to...

Community learning centres: Empowering literacy

Due to the lack of a permanent institute at the village level, Literacy and Non-Formal Education (NFE) program could not provide functional education based on needs and problems of villagers...

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