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Education in the Age of Automation

As digital technologies and automation have advanced, fears about workers’ futures have increased. But, the end result does not have to be negative...

CJ-UNESCO Education Camp empowers girls in STEM education

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 14 August 2018 | by: UNESCO | Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article The CJ Group Donors...

K-POP idol group Wanna One joins UNESCO’s efforts to promote girls’...

UNESCO Bangkok, 5 June 2018 From 11 to 31 March 2018, Wanna One, a popular K-POP idol group in South Korea and Asia, encouraged its...

World Bank: Powered by education, East Asia is getting ready for...

BY RAJA BENTAOUET KATTAN 12 June, 2017 Recent trends in automation and rapid technology advances, collectively dubbed ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution (“4IR”), are radically shifting the...

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...

Posco, UNESCO to support out-of-school children in Thailand

By Kim Bo-gyung Jan 10, 2018 Posco, South Korea’s top steelmaker by sales, has been selected as the first company to work with UNESCO to provide...

Powered by education, East Asia is getting ready for the Fourth...

Recent trends in automation and rapid technology advances, collectively dubbed ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution (“4IR”), are radically shifting the economic landscape, and changing the...

South Korea is losing faith in an elitist education system

“IF YOU don’t have the ability then blame your parents,” wrote Jung Yoo-ra on social media in 2014, after being accepted into a prestigious...

Ban Ki-moon-initiated U.N. education institute to be set up in S....

POHANG, South Korea -- A ceremony to break ground for a U.N. global education center, initiated by former U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, will...

Samsung to invest W10 bil. in social welfare

Samsung Electronics plans to invest 10 billion won ($8.72 million) this year to fund nonprofit organizations dedicated to social welfare here. The company has teamed...

South Korea: Posco provides AI education for disadvantaged youth

Posco will help youths from underprivileged households prepare for the upcoming “fourth industrial revolution” by providing free education on the Internet of Things, big...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Five innovative education trends from Korea

Education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty and inequality. It also lays the basis for sustained growth.  Better schooling investments...

Achieving inclusive & equitable education

Great philosophers of ancient times such as Aristotle, Plato and Confucius wrote extensively on the purpose and role of education in their respective societies....

What’s changed: Ten reflections on ten years of technology use in...

Earlier this month, the Korea Education Research & Information Service (KERIS) hosted the tenth annual Global Symposium on ICT Use in Education in Seoul....

Pen Pals 2.0: Can Technology Foster Global Tolerance?

One evening last December, Kay Lee gathered her class of third graders in front of a webcam in Georgia, Vermont, to “meet” a class...

Korea: Education needs overhaul to nurture creativity

Education should put a greater focus on nurturing creativity by encouraging students to use their knowledge in solving real-life problems during class. "The cultivation of...

South Korea: ‘Tackling inequality, partnerships key to new development era’

The international community should continue to capitalize on political will and diversify funding sources through partnerships to achieve inclusive growth going forward, experts said...

5.1.1 How Korea reponds to Immigration and Cultural Diversity in Education:...

SpeakerName: Dr. Youngwha Kee, National Institute of Lifelong Learning, Republic of Korea Description: This presentation reviewed the policies Korea has enacted, which aim to address...

30% of Multicultural Children in S. Korea Not Receiving Public Education

A recent survey shows that about three out of ten children of multicultural families in South Korea are not receiving proper public education. According to...

A Village School in Seoul

Seoul has seen a major increase in in number of international schools over the last decade. Schools like Chadwick School, Dwight School and KIS...

2016 Changwon/UNESCO AsiaㆍPacific Regional Education Conference

The City of Changwon, the UNESCO Bangkok Regional Bureau for Education and the Korean National Commission for UNESCO will co-organise ‘Changwon/UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on ‘The New...

S. Korea to give $500 million in aid to developing countries

South Korea on Monday announced its plan to extend US$500 million in aid to developing countries by 2020 to meet its obligations to the...

Nigeria: Korea Furthers Commitment to Basic Learning, Donates Cars, ICT Equipment...

The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), has donated two 2016 KIA Mohave sport utility vehicles for project monitoring vehicles, 200 computer sets, and other...

S. Korea’s new initiative highlights commitment to education -Nepal, Laos, Bangladesh,...

It's no secret that education was the key to South Korea's remarkable transformation into one of the world's largest economies from a poor Asian...

Dot is bringing wearable tech to the visually impaired

Braille literacy is in a state of crisis. Well under half of the world’s visually impaired population can read using Braille, and the number...

Regional Experts Meeting in Innovation in Early Childhood Care and Education

Every interaction children have from birth can impact their holistic development. This knowledge has caused a fundamental rethink of the way we approach learning,...

Korean companies should commit to support education

At the end of May, over 130 education ministers and more than 1500 participants adopted the Incheon Declaration in culmination of the World Education...

World Education Forum declares: ‘no target met unless met for all’

Looking back at the World Education Forum, which drew more than 1,500 people from 140 countries to Incheon in the Republic of Korea, it...