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Rethinking How Students With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

By Emily Hanford, senior education correspondent for APM Reports, 14 March 2018 Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, affecting tens of millions of people...

Leader’s Notebook

For those hardest-to-reach children, Flexible Learning Strategies (FLS) aim to enable their learning journeys through rights-based and inclusive interventions. FLS accommodate to children’s respective barriers...

Flexible Learning Strategies for out-of -school children and youth

“61 million children of primary school age remain excluded from formal education globally. These “out-of-school children” include those who are the most marginalized and...

5 Digital Tools That can Help Educators Manage the Workload

Nancy Lin offers 5 free web apps with phone based counterparts, that can be a huge help in classroom...

Education equity now!

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Global Parents’ Survey – the biggest and most comprehensive survey of...

By: the Varkey Foundation, 12 March 2018 The Global Parents Survey is the biggest and most comprehensive survey of parents’ hopes, fears and aspirations around...

Achieving EFA Through Equivalency Programmes in Asia-Pacific: A regional overview with...

This publication, produced by the Asia-Pacific Programme of Education for All (APPEAL) at UNESCO’s Regional Office in Bangkok, provides a synthesis of Equivalency Programmes...

Flexible Learning Strategies: Country Case Report

Regional Meeting on Alternative Learning/Schooling Programmes for Primary Education to Reach the Unreached - Outcome Document As 61 million children remain out of school, it...

The Economic Cost of Out-of-School Children in Southeast Asia

This publication is the result of UNESCO Bangkok’s project in cooperation with Educate A Child (EAC) which seeks to eradicate obstacles, both in policy...

Equal Right Equal Opportunity

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DESIGN FOR CHANGE – Booklet 4

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News Flash – Innovative Education Cases, Researches & Findings

This brochure is the summary of the selected Innovative Education Cases, Researches & Findings. Download pdf

EVERY CHILD COUNTS

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Fulfilling a collective responsibility to provide global public goods in education

Posted on 28 February 2018 by GEM Report By Manos Antoninis and Priya Joshi, Global Education Monitoring Report LINK TO POLICY PAPER Global public goods are...
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Flexible Learning Strategies in Thailand

Flexible Learning Strategies in Thailand

Innovative Financing (2nd Edition) for Out-Of-School Children and Youth

UNESCO Bangkok has recently published the second edition of Innovative Financing for Out-Of-School Children and Youth. This booklet provides innovative financing mechanisms for education...

Flexible Pedagogies: new pedagogical ideas

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Millennium Villages takes on cognitive science to help children read

The Millennium Villages Project is undertaking an innovative, science-based pilot of reading in Malawi and the Chichewa language. As would be predicted by cognitive...

Using Mobile Technology to Create Flexible Learning Contexts

This paper discusses the importance of learning context with a particular focus upon the educational application of mobile technologies. We suggest that one way...

The Economic Cost of Out-of-School Children in Southeast Asia

This publication is the result of UNESCO Bangkok’s project in cooperation with Educate A Child (EAC) which seeks to eradicate obstacles, both in policy...

WISDOM BOX – Booklet 3

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