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A foundation along the Thai-Myanmar border is making sure stateless children...

The children's faces, white with powder, looked eager as a big modified truck picks them up for school. It was a cool, foggy morning...

UNESCO: “Aid to education reached an all‑time high in 2016”

Posted on 24 May 2018 by GEM Report (UNESCO) A new policy paper released by the GEM Report shows that aid to education has...

Edquity Raises $2.4M To Help Schools Deliver Emergency Funds To Students...

Story Source: EdSurge ~ Go to Original Article Some of the biggest barriers to academic success have nothing to do with academics. Rather, they usually...

Conditional grants kept poor children in school, World Bank says

Study shows programme also helped improve and maintain health standards. Conditional cash assistance to the poorest of the poor had proven to be effective in...

Blockchain in higher ed moving from idea to reality

Photo at: EducationDive (From URL) Date: 18 July 2018 | By: Shalina Chatlani | Story Source: EducationDive ~ Go to Original Article   Dive Brief: Greater numbers...

4 Ways How Blockchain, the Technology Behind Bitcoin, Can Transform Education

By PAUL RATNER January 14, 2018 A fascinating report highlights another potentially game-changing use for blockchain, the technology propelling cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Etherium that have taken the stock market by storm....

Standard Chartered Bank Launches Asia’s First Retail Product To Fund The...

Story Source: Eco-Business  ~ Go to Original Article London and Hong Kong-listed bank Standard Chartered has launched the first retail banking product in Asia that directly supports...

10 Reasons Today’s Students NEED Technology in the Classroom

Technology is everywhere--entwined in almost every part of our culture. It affects how we live, work, play, and most importantly learn. With mobile and...

Foster student engagement and collaborative learning

Learning Catalytics is an interactive student response tool that encourages team-based learning by using students’ smartphones, tablets, or laptops to engage them in interactive...

RTE quota: out goes ‘free’ education

"Unable to control private school managements from extorting fees from parents of children admitted under the RTE quota, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI)...

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.

Education Cannot Wait Announces US $35 Million Allocation to Support Afghanistan,...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 20 Sep 2018 | by: Education Cannot Wait | Story Source: Education Cannot Wait (Press Release) ~ Go to...

Can you Solve MIT’s Latest Global Puzzle? Education.

"How can teachers and educators provide accessible, personalized, and creative learning experiences for all?" Submit your answer here! Why Solve Wants to Prepare More Than...

Community grants for the next generation

"Governments and donors are searching for the most effective ways to distribute development aid. Some suggest that local communities should have the power to...

To Friends of the Bamboo School

We would like to keep you up to date with activities of the current and past students of the Bamboo School. We are now...

Australia: ‘No pencils, no lunch’: why teachers dip into their own...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 26 Oct 2018 | by: Jordan Baker | Story Source: The Sydney Morning Herald ~ Go to Original Article Mandy...

UAE pledges $100m to global education initiative

4 February, 2018 The United Arab Emirates has pledged Dh367 million ($100 million) to the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) for the next three years...

World Bank, Canada to provide $25m grant to educate 350,000 Rohingya...

As part of the project, around 2,000 teachers and instructors will be recruited. The World Bank (WB) and Canada will provide a grant of $25 million to educate 350,000 Rohingya children and adolescents...

2018 Budget: Educators, students seek education boost

By Amirah Nabilah - October 25, 2017 @ 6:41pm KUANTAN: Educationists from institutions of higher learning are hoping for more allocation to research grants to boost research and...

Budget 2018: India needs to focus on inclusive education for development

Tarun Cherukuri & Shijoy Varughese | January 31, 2018 Budget 2018 allocations to Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan by the Government of India remains far below the resource estimates submitted...

Wedu Fund

Wedu Fund is a leadership development program for young, underprivileged women who come from some of the least developed countries in Asia and demonstrate...

Japan to boost education partnership with Myanmar

By NYAN LYNN AUNG, 23 January, 2018 Japan looks forward to more Myanmar students taking part in a student exchange program this year, said Koetsu Yamazaki, president of...

Ghana: Meet the homeless man who went from building baskets to...

“We bring them in, enable them to earn sufficient wealth, then graduate them out.” That’s Blessing Basket founder and CEO Theresa Carrington talking about her...

Innovative financing: Four lessons other sectors can learn from education

The education sector sometimes feels like the younger sibling in the global development family. We are often learning from other “big brother and sister”...

6 Great Fundraising Tools for Schools

If you are looking for some good web tools for running digital fundraising campaigns in your school, the selection below has you covered. You...

Chenab Development Foundation (CDF)

"The Chenab Development Foundation (CDF) is improving access to quality education for girls in inaccessible areas of Layyah by introducing 15 Rural Girls Education...

Korean steel giant POSCO partners with UNESCO to support ASEAN...

January 17, 2018 Bangkok: UNESCO and Republic of Korea steelmaking conglomerate POSCO will partner to make education more accessible for some of the millions of...

Pakistani children receive 4th lowest aid in South Asia region

Despite being the recipient of the second highest aid package for education in the region, aid for basic education per child in Pakistan is...

North Devon teacher sets up in Myanmar

A Barnstaple-born teacher is hoping to set up a school on the other side of the world. Chloe Smith has been living in Myanmar, formerly...

Investing in global knowledge sharing for our children

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 10 Oct 2018 | by: Sara Coffey and Jenny Perlman Robinson | Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to...