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More and More Children are in School Around the World, But...

Getting kids into school is only half the battle. Making sure they’re learning is also critical. But according to a new report by the UN Educational, Scientific...

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...

UK: Virtual reality project transforms learning for Glengormley pupils

It is technology which will change many parts of our lives, and virtual reality (VR) is already making its way into the classroom. Pupils at...

A bad lesson

The Head Teacher (HT) and School Management Committee (SMC) chair are key stakeholders in school performance as a whole. Keeping this in view, they...

Learning for all, the Finnish way, how keeping special needs children...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 28 Oct 2018 | by: Amelia Teng | Story Source: Straits Times ~ Go to Original Article Keeping special needs...

Number of out of school children in Punjab unchanged: Report

The number of children out of school across Punjab did not decrease between 2014 and 2015, according to a survey. The Annual Status of Education...

Education systems need alignment for teaching and learning 21st century skills

Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article Education in the 21st century is not the same as education in the 20th century. We hear about...

Reading solutions for girls: Combating social, pedagogical, and systemic issues for...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 4 Dec 2015 | by: Suman Sachdeva | Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article The current multilingual policy...

For Refugee Children, Reading Helps Heal Trauma

Story Source: The New York Times ~ Go to Original Article As the war in Syria has uprooted lives by the millions, humanitarian organizations have...

Thailand: Playing with purpose

Games give more than pleasure and entertainment. Many have been used as tools for solving social issues that cannot be tackled by other approaches. "Design...

Helping Students Develop Executive Function Skills

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 9 Nov 2018 | by: Gina DiTullio | Story Source: EduTopia ~ Go to Original Article Simple classroom strategies can assist students...

How VR, AR, & AI Can Change Education Forever – Part...

Education is an odd bird: we all know it could be better, while at the same time it is the best it has ever...

Here Is A Great Resource for Teaching Students about 21st Century...

Mozilla Learning Network provides a wide range of web literacy materials to help educators and teachers incorporate the digital skills of the 21st century...

It has the world’s best schools, but Singapore wants better

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 1 Sep 2018 | by: The Economist | Story Source: The Economist ~ Go to Original Article The...

Better data, better education in Cambodia

Funding from the multi-agency supported Capacity Development Partnership Fund helps education professionals collect and track data to identify and address pressing issues...

Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship Education: A Template (UNESCO)

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 10 Aug 2018 | by: UNESCO | Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship...

Design Thinking Is A Challenge To Teach – And That’s A...

Story Source: EdSurge ~ Go to Original Article In the early 2000s something new appeared on the education scene, adapted from the worlds of innovation...

Making Peace: How schools can help foster a more peaceful world

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 23 Dec 2015 | by: Leah Shafer | Story Source: Harvard Usable Knowledge ~ Go to Original Article As 2015...

Collaborative capacity building in 21st century skills assessment: Reflections from Mongolia

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 19 Oct 2018 | by: Esther Care, Alvin Vista, Helyn Kim, and Claire Scoular | Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original...

A Literacy-Based Strategy to Help Teachers Integrate Science Skills

Many elementary school teachers love to teach reading and writing, but are less comfortable with science and math. It’s not a hard and fast...

The Lost Years

After years of hearing how kindergarten has been turned into the new first grade, you’d think at the other end of the K-12 pipeline...

How do you scale spirit? Teaching at the Right Level in...

For those of us interested in the question of scale, Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL)—a pedagogical approach to remedial education developed by the non-governmental Indian organization Pratham...

Bill and Melinda Gates have spent billions on US education, but...

By Abigal Hess | 13 February 2018 Every year, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation spends almost $500 million on education initiatives in the United...

The Brain-Changing Power of Conversation

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 14 Feb 2018 | by: Bari Walsh | Story Source: Harvard Usable Knowledge ~ Go to Original Article   Interplay between parents...

Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off

Get them while they're young: A baby forms 700 new neural connections per second. Brain science and economics show that intervening to help children when they're...

How To Develop a Culture of “Can” In Your Classroom

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: (Republished) 13 Aug 2018 (Original 13 Jan 2013) | By: Julie DeNeen | Story Source: InformEd ~...

11 Ways Schools Can—and Should—Involve Families in SEL Programming

By Leah Shafer, EdSurge, Jun 26, 2018 In their separate domains, educators and parents both understand the importance of social-emotional skills—that the ability to manage...

10 Reasons Why C Students Are More Successful After Graduation

In the late 1800s, schools were designed and intended to teach obedience. During the rise of our industrial age, big corporations needed workers for...

When urbanization is messy, students fall through the cracks

On a foggy winter morning in Dhaka, 41-year-old Jahid was sipping tea by a roadside stall. “Life was very peaceful back in my village,” he...

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...