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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...

UNICEF Is Advocating Children’s Right To Free And Quality Education In...

Education is a right, not a privilege. Unfortunately, there are many kids around the world that are out of school. In collaboration with the Ministry...

Jordan signs $97.5mln grant agreements to support education sector

Amman, Aug. 22 (Petra) -- The government, on Monday, signed with the British, U.S, Norwegian and Swiss governments grant agreements worth $97.5 million to...

Lebanon plans to control child marriage trend

"At 13, Samiha left school and the home she shared with 10 people near Baalbek in eastern Lebanon to live in a tent with...

The Future of Refugee Education: A Roundup

Charlotte Alfred PUBLISHED ON April 17, 2017 We collect the highlights of our special focus on refugee education, including a series of in-depth reports on refugee integration...

Qatar Foundation’s Third Annual Teaching and Learning Forum attracts nearly a...

Her Excellency Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani, Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairperson of Qatar Foundation (QF), attended the Third Annual Teaching and...

3.5 million Iraqi children are missing out on an education

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—Reaching the estimated 3.5 million Iraqi children who are missing out on their education is the goal of a Back to School...

A New Lesson to Teach Refugees

The number of children displaced from their homes is daunting, but groups are working with governments to offer a brighter future. During the past month...

World Bank announces $200m project to improve education

Dec 07,2017 AMMAN — A World Bank (WB) project worth $200 million will help Jordan expand access to early childhood education and improve student assessment,...

UAE: Game-based learning gaining popularity in classrooms

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 8 Oct 2018 | by: Sarwat Nasir | Story Source: Khaleej Times ~ Go to Original Article Playing games in...

Syrian refugees trigger child labour boom in Turkey

"Thousands of young refugees are missing out on school to support families left destitute after fleeing the fighting in Syria. Counting in Arabic, Hamza is...

Seeing through new eyes

On one of her first visits to Jordan during the current refugee crisis, Carolyn Miles met a 15-year-old Syrian boy whose words still stick...

Gaza children unable to go back to school

"A math teacher, al-Arqan was meant to return to school in less than a week. But as violence has resumed in Gaza after the breakdown...

Community schools in Egypt: lessons on what works, and what doesn’t

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 30 Sep 2018 | by: MenaFM | Story Source: MenaFM ~ Go to Original Article (MENAFN - The Conversation) Many...

Yoga Retreat Benefits Girls’ Education

Souljourn yoga hosts yoga adventure Rwanda, a yoga retreat in “the land of a thousand hills” 14th May 2018    |    Source: ballantinespr.com   |  Business Ghana Souljourn...

A teacher hero – making home-made desks for refugee children with...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 16 August 2018 by GEM Report | Story Source: GEM Report ~ Go to Original Article Rahman Hamdan is a teacher...

EDUCATION ABOVE ALL CONDEMNS LATEST ATTACKS ON EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IN GAZA

"In light of new reports, confirmed by UNRWA’s initial assessment, indicating a deadly attack by Israeli IDF forces on a UN school in the...

After working with charities in Jordan, Syrian educator notices children who...

In a north Amman neighborhood, 44-year-old Haytham al-Wazir walks the hallways of the a-Tabyan Educational Center alongside his young students. The a-Tabyan school opened last...

Syrian refugees put strain on Jordan schools amid fears for ‘lost...

"Tensions rise despite double shifts and extra teachers to cope with tens of thousands of displaced school-age Syrians" Read the latest on educational provisions for...

UAE: Robots, virtual reality and the future of education

One of the greatest challenges for education is that there is an ever-increasing divide between the demand for learning and the supply of schooling....

Lebanon: 250,000 Syrian Children Out of School

More than half of the nearly 500,000 school-age Syrian children registered in Lebanon are not enrolled in formal education, Human Rights Watch said in a report...

A New Lesson to Teach Refugees

 By Sonny Kalsi , Contributor |  Nov. 14, 2017   During the past month half a million Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority, have fled their home country of Myanmar and taken refuge...

Remove Barriers to Syrian Refugee Education

(Brussels) – Participants at a conference on Syria in Brussels on April 5, 2017, should address the reasons why more than half a million...

Expect more high-tech tools in UAE schools from this year on

Another focus for this year is teaching students how to be more digitally responsible, especially when it comes to social media.

New school offers education ‘salvation’ for Syrian girls in Lebanon

School meant to address Syrian parents’ concerns about sending their daughters to schools for both girls and boys Bar Elias, Lebanon: A new girls’ school...

Iran: Migrant Children Denied an Education

“If I went back there, I imagine a dark future,” said 16-year-old Ahmad, an Afghan refugee raised in Iran who had fled to Europe....

Qatar- QF to boost teaching and learning

Educational professionals from Qatar Foundation academies take part in a school leadership development programme devised by Harvard Graduate School of Education. DOHA: The Education Development...

Education for adolescent girls in conflict: What’s working?

As the international community gears up for the very first World Humanitarian Summit focusing on solutions to the most intractable humanitarian challenges, educating displaced adolescent girls...

Children reclaim their school after IS in Iraq village

“One bullet plus one bullet equals? Two bullets!” This is how the children of the small Iraqi village of Jaraf weretaught mathematics during two...

Sheikha Moza: The power behind Qatar’s global lessons

The goal of universal primary education, a promise broken for decades, can be achieved in the next seven years, says Sheikha Moza bint Nasser. The...