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How Seasonal Migration in India Affects Education Opportunity for Children, FLS News Alerts Issue 837 – Thu 13 Dec 2018

"By almost any definition, the struggle to educate all the world's children is an emergency" ―Michael Elliott 🕛 3-4 Mins | Policy How Seasonal Migration in India Affects Education Opportunity 80% of the children of seasonal migrant workers... Read 🕛 4 Mins | Emergency...

Indonesia: Raising Teaching Standards, Combining Passion and Policies, FLS News Alerts Issue 836 – Wed 12 Dec 2018

"The role of a creative leader is not to have all the ideas; it's to create a culture where everyone can have ideas and feel that they're valued" ―Ken Robinson 🕛 5 Mins | Policy Indonesia: Raising Teaching Standards Passion & Policies When Ms. Dinny asks her class who...

Data for Lifelong Learning: What Can Monitoring Do? UNESCO Institute for Statistics Releases its SDG4 Data Digest 2018, FLS News Alerts Issue 835 – Tue 11 Dec 2018

"If you can raise the floor of what a generation of children know, then you've raised the floor of what that country can do as those children become adults" ―Shannon May 🕛 3 Mins | Data Digest Data for Lifelong Learning: What Can Monitoring Do? Globally, 617 million -...

Qatar Confirms Its Commitment to National, International Education at the Global Education Meeting in Brussels, FLS News Alerts Issue 834 – Fri 7 Dec 2018

"When you learn, teach. When you get, give" ―Maya Angelou 🕛 3 Mins | Partnership Qatar Confirms Its Commitment to Education On Monday, HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr. Mohamed... Read 🕛 4 Mins | Policy How Has India's Education Adapted for...

Indonesia: Tuk Tuk Library Brings Joy of Books to Jakarta’s Poorest Children, Issue 833 – Thu 6 Dec 2018

"It is better to know how to learn than to know" ―Dr. Seuss 🕛 2 Mins | Stories Indonesia: Tuk Tuk Library Brings Joy of Books to Jakarta's Kids Sutino "Kinong" Hadi was not even 10 years old when... Read 🕛 3 Mins | Outcomes Studying is Hard in Cambodia, Senate...

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Enrollment campaign for admission of brick kiln children in school

Provincial Minister for Labour and HR Raja Ashfaq Sarwar has said that his department in collaboration with Ýnternational Labour Organization has launched the “Enrollment Campaign of Brick Kiln...

Uneducated India: Learning at the rural juncture

The Indian education market is worth a staggering INR 5.9 trillion (USD 92.98 billion). Of this, 59.7 per cent accounts for higher education, a sector that caters to 20 million students from 36,000...

Education in Cambodia

Cambodia’s 2014-2018 Education Strategic Plan (ESP) fits into the country’s “Vision 2030” to build a sustainable, competitive and harmonious economy. The ESP focuses on 7 key sub-sectors (early...

Thailand: Temple of Dawn offers a beacon of hope

To many, an education and a better future are a privilege and a luxury, although exception do arise such as in the case of the learning centre in active operation under the roof of the iconic Wat...

Abdul Hakeem Mahar’s miracle school in the middle of a desert

32 teachers are crafting the future of more than 800 students in this deserted area but it was no less than any of the best schools of the region. Many students cover more than 10 kilometres to...

SIEM REAP DUMP SITE: KALIYAN MITH DAY CENTRE

"Siem Reap attracts the greatest number of tourists of any Cambodian city due to its close proximity to the country's key attraction, Angkor Wat. However, just outside the city center a community of...

Pakistan: Online learning: Education opportunity for disabled out of school youth

By Asad Zia, Published: April 4, 2018, The Express Tribune (Pakistan)   PESHAWAR: To ensure equal education opportunities for all children in the province, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) government has...

SUPPORTING THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN BANGLADESH

"As part of CSR Centre’s mission to promote CSR in the country, CSR Centre has taken up an initiative to develop a “National CSR Guideline for Bangladesh,” under the Ministry of Planning to guide...

Thailand: Smashing the barriers, One School’s Push for Migrant Youth

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 25 Nov 2018 | by: PENCHAN CHAROENSUTHIPAN | Story Source: Bangkok Post ~ Go to Original Article About a decade ago, a local school in Samut Sakhon's Muang district...

How Two Girls from Sri Lanka’s Plantation Slums Went From Dropping Out of School to Passing on Their Love of Learning

As you drive past the lush green plantations of Hatton, known for its Ceylon tea, you can’t help but roll down your windows to smell the tea leaves wavering in the fresh air and gaze at the rolling...

HUD’s Castro Looks to Tech Sector to Connect 275,000 Poor Families to Broadband

More than half of all low-income families in this country are not currently connected to the Internet, according to Julián Castro, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The ConnectHome...

US: The Biggest Challenge to Personalized Learning is Getting Buy-In

Until recently, one of the only things people talking about personalized learning could agree upon was that there was nothing standardized about it. There is no single accepted definition, nor is...

Rohingya girls are living in a grim purgatory

Sabuka's mother was killed crossing the border into Bangladesh. For every one of the almost one million Rohingya people living in camps in camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, life is an...

Facebook Schools MOOCs on Engagement

If MOOCs want to build student engagement, they may want to take a lesson from Facebook. That’s the takeaway from a recent study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Pacific Northwest...

Why schools are adding standing desks to the classroom

Getting kids to sit still in class has been a challenge for years. So some schools are now asking them to stand. And the kids like it! "When I get into school, I like to stand up but after recess I...

5 keys to helping every child learn to read

As we hear more and more about how test scores are down and our children are struggling to read, it is such a relief to know that there are easy things we can do every day to build future readers....

UAE: Dubai Cares announces new USD 10 million commitment to the field of Education in Emergencies on the sidelines of the 71st UN General Assembly

Dubai Cares also signs USD 3 million partnership agreement with UNESCO to support developing countries achieve the 2030 agenda on education 25 September 2016 Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Dubai...

Child Marriages In Africa Are Increasing At Frightening Rates

A new UNICEF report has some harrowing news. If rates of growth continue, the number of child brides in Africa could more than double by 2050. The report A Profile Of Child Marriage In Africa,...

Women and girls take the lead in Afghanistan

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 11 Oct 2018 | by: Education Cannot Wait | Story Source: Education Cannot Wait Blog ~ Go to Original Article Education Cannot Wait provides a new path for women...

Beyond the Hype: 5 Ways to Think About Virtual and Augmented Reality in Schools

For many educators, the term “virtual reality” may seem like an oxymoron—a tantalizing idea with promise and potential that has yet to materialize in the classroom. But last weekend, the Immersive...

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Somalia’s children get back to schools

"In an IDP camp in Mogadishu’s Hamar Jajab neighborhood, children get ready for school. The excitement around the camp as uniformed children stream to go to school is palpable. A few weeks ago, these children couldn’t go to school but thanks to an ambitious program, a...

Plan unveils US$20 million development support to Mozambique

"Speaking in Inhambane province, Plan Chief Executive Officer Nigel Chapman said the funds would be channelled towards supporting the education system, especially girls’ education, youth employment and humanitarian support, among other projects, over the next 3...

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