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In Mysore, school’s not kids’ favourite

"The number of school dropouts in Mysore district has almost doubled in the past three years as per a survey taken up by the...

These Are The Countries Where Kids Go To School For The...

"On average, kids in Australia can expect to spend up to 15 more years in school than kids in Niger. A new report from Cornell...

Improving children’s learning: Challenges and priorities for the new government

"Over the last 15 years, continued effort to universalise access to elementary education in India has resulted in high enrolment rates in schools. Now...

What do we know about how children use their time?

"Here’s an interesting question: how do children typically use the 24 hours in their day? It’s a rather basic question – with some important...

Millions Learning: Understanding what it Takes to Improve Learning and Scale...

"Imagine a mother sending her daughter to secondary school in rural Uganda. A contract teacher instructing 130 million primary school students in a New...

Why You May Care More About Education Than You Realise

"A recent BBC article poses the question: “Why is Education Never Treated Like an Emergency?” We often wonder the same thing. How is it that...

Irish Government launches ‘Better Outcomes Brighter Futures: the National Policy Framework...

"Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, has today been joined by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and An Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore...

How misconceptions about scaling-up can hurt high-quality implementation

"The focus on scale makes sense: Who doesn’t want the greatest number of teachers instructed in the most cost-efficient manner or every child in...

PISA for Development and the Post-2015 Agenda

"As part of its contribution to the post-2015 education framework, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is attempting to enhance its Programme...

Schoolchildren as catalysts to hasten ‘Yolanda’ rehabilitation

"After the relief phase in the aftermath of Supertyphoon  “Yolanda,” an international group looks at school and children as catalysts for long-term rehabilitation process. Tanya...

Mobilizing Partners to Improve Reading and Numeracy in the Middle East...

"Despite the achievements the region has made in access to and completion of primary school, large numbers of children are failing to learn." Read more...

Diligent Asia, indolent West

"TEST scores are not everything. But they do signal something. By this measure (taken by testing 15 year olds on basic academic skills) industrious...

MASS IGNORANCE- Are the maladies of India’s education system terminal?

"In 2011, India first participated in world-wide tests of the reading and arithmetical ability of school children. In every test, in every grade tested,...

Missing out: the children in danger of becoming ‘invisible’ to education...

"Up to 10,000 children of school age are missing out on full-time education and in danger of becoming "invisible" to the authorities, according to...

Leading Educational Change: International Perspectives

"Leading educational change is a multifaceted endeavor that takes focus, drive, and persistence. How nations approach educational change is deeply rooted in their cultural,...

The Children Left Behind

"TAKS was administered to Texas children under the mandates of a 2001 federal law known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB), which set a benchmark...

Australia: Kinma, non-profit primary school

Background Information: Kinma encourages children to become flexible thinkers and independent, self-directed learners in a non-competitive environment which respects and nurtures the individuality of...