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

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

 

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Emergency

 

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Gender

 

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ICT in Education

 

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Innovative Financing

 

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

The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), has donated two 2016 KIA Mohave sport utility vehicles for project monitoring vehicles, 200 ...
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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 ...
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KOICA Signs Agreement with the Educate Above All Foundation to Support Out-of-School Children

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has today signed an agreement with the Education Above All Foundation (EAA) in Seoul, Republic ...
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Learning Outcomes

 

Achieving inclusive & equitable education

Great philosophers of ancient times such as Aristotle, Plato and Confucius wrote extensively on the purpose and role of education ...
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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 ...
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Building the Global Schoolhouse

This year is a critical one for education worldwide. Despite a commitment by the international community to guarantee universal primary ...
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Mother Tongue

 

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Partnership

 

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

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

 

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 ...
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Achieving inclusive & equitable education

Great philosophers of ancient times such as Aristotle, Plato and Confucius wrote extensively on the purpose and role of education ...
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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 ...
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Private Sector

 

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 ...
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Building the Global Schoolhouse

This year is a critical one for education worldwide. Despite a commitment by the international community to guarantee universal primary ...
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Teacher

 

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