Why Designing For Accessibility In E-learning Matters, FLS News Issue 1081 Tue 15 September 2020

“Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource.” ― John F. Kennedy [more quotes]
🕛 2 Mins | Disabilities
Why Designing For Accessibility In E-learning Matters
Learning is accessible when everybody, no matter the types of disabilities, has…..
🕛 4 Mins | EdTech
It’s been quite a year for education technology. Not a good year……
🕛 5 Mins  | SDG4
South Asia’s Progress In Tracking Numeracy With A New Assessment
There has been a global shift in focus…..
🕛 7 Mins  | Social Emotional Learning
Who Drives Social-Emotional Learning?
In this formative moment when SEL is still malleable and receptive, we concern…..
🕛  1 Min | Call for Applications
Call For Applications: International Mother Language Award 2021
The International Mother language….
UNESCO Bangkok Initiative 
The knowledge-sharing platform of contents for inclusive education for learners with disabilities.
  Job Posting        New!

Location: Maiduguri, Nigeria
Closing Date: 18 September 2020
What’s Up?         New!
A post-event recording
Dialogue 1: Purpose of Education: The WHY? Dialogue 1 of TAGe focused on the “Why” of Education: Why do students go to college? Why will they go to college in the future (i.E. 50 years from now?
Watch the full dialogue
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