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Opening the door to education for sustainable development for all in...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 21 Sep 2018 | by: UNESCO | Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article An alternative to formal schooling...

Why do Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas have such a high...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 31 Jul 2018 | by: Sumbal Naveed | Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article   With the emergence...

A mother’s determination: Building a better life through Lifelong Learning

UNESCO Bangkok celebrates the inspirational story of a single mother of two, whose pursuit of her dream stands as a testimony to the indefatigable human spirit...

How this Thai educational movement empowers rural students

Story Source: PBS News ~ Go to Original Article More and more in Thailand, rural students learn in traditional classrooms, but with an emphasis on...

UNESCO and CJ Group put the spotlight on girls’ education at...

“A pencil is one of the most concrete thing that can empower a girl to learn when there is no schools nearby, only old textbooks available and few qualified teachers.” Kristen was one of the...

Nepal: Barriers to Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities

Despite several new policies to promote disability rights, including for access to education, many children with disabilities in Nepal are not getting...

World Bank helps youth of Timor-Leste gain essential skills with education...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 17 August 2018 by Devdiscourse News Desk | Story Source: GEM Report ~ Go to Original Article The project set...

The World’s First Digital Teacher Just Debuted in New Zealand

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 27 Aug 2018 by Kristin Houser | Story Source: Futurism ~ Go to Original Article A NEW...

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

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

Afghanistan: Reaching The Most Vulnerable Children With Community Schools

Story Source: Global Partnership for Education ~ Go to Original Article According to government estimates, 20% of Afghanistan’s 2.5 million school-aged children and youth are...

‘Floating Schools’ in Bangladesh Make Sure Kids Get To Class When...

On the Atrai River in the northwest of Bangladesh, a small beige boat is tied up in tall grass that lines the riverbank...

How Finnish-inspired teaching methods improved learning in a US classroom

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 15 Oct 2018 | by: Janet English | Story Source: OECD (Education Today) ~ Go to Original Article When people...

Meet the School that educates children hidden in India’s margins

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 13 Sep 2018 | by: Gayatri Ganju | Story Source: Bright the Mag ~ Go to Original Article Nearly 8...

Universal basic income: Is it time for a radical reimagining of...

Fuelled by rampant poverty and fears that rising automation will strip millions of low-skilled workers of their livelihoods, more and more countries are exploring the idea of a universal basic income that guarantees a livelihood for all their citizens.

How educators use assessment data to improve student learning in Nepal:...

Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article Across all education systems, the main purposes of assessment are the same, though the types of assessment...

10 Innovative Cases of Schools Working for Sustainability

HundrED's Sustainability Spotlight celebrates impactful and scalable innovations in sustainability education. Discover the 10 innovations that are pushing the boundaries of sustainability education...

A young Ghanaian girl pursues her dream of becoming a doctor

Bernice Impraim, like many young girls in Ghana and around the world, was held back by gender norms, biases or expectations that influenced...

Australia: Why we should (carefully) consider paying kids to learn

Paying students to do homework can actually improve their grades...

Experts call for an end to online preschool programs

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 10 Oct 2018 | by:  Jackie Mader | Story Source: The Hechinger Report ~ Go to Original Article Especially popular...

3 strategies to address menstruation taboos for girls in Nepal

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 21 Sep 2018 | by: Ganga Gautam | Story Source: Brookings (Education Plus Development) ~ Go to Original Article "I...

Approaches to pedagogical innovation and why they matter

Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article Across the world there is the outstanding challenge of innovating schools that too often are rigid and...