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Flexible learning helps students with disadvantages finish school

"Despite encouragement from federal, state and territory governments to complete school – and a legal obligation to “learn or earn” – one in five...

UNESCO: Providing access to 10,000 out of school children and youth...

"UNESCO officials concluded a series of meetings held with director generals in Ministries of Education in the central government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan...

Thailand: Migrant Children Locked Up

"Thailand holds thousands of migrant children in detention each year, causing them physical and emotional harm, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The 67-page report, “‘Two...

‘Education for All’ Guides CLC Headmaster’s Amazing Journey

“Education is endless, so wherever there are out of school children, I cannot stop.” - Samadthachai Pungpong At 17, Samadthachai Pungpong set off on a...

Let’s Get Serious About Tackling Equity in Education

"Many children left behind are from disadvantaged groups Evidence reminds us that poverty remains one of the strongest discriminating factors in explaining why children don’t...

Survey of non-formal schools

"Lahore—Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has launched baseline survey of newly adopted 75 non-formal community schools situated in Cholistan area of Bahawalpur division. According to...

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...

6,000 children of ex-Haliya in far west not in school

"Eleven-year-old Nari Luhar of Ganeshpur VDC, Dadeldhura district accompanies her mother every Monday to break stones in areas along the nearby highway.  Like Nari, around...

In education, girls deserve what works

"We often hear the phrase, “We know what works; we just have to do it.” And the value of insight and intuition gained through...

RTE quota: out goes ‘free’ education

"Unable to control private school managements from extorting fees from parents of children admitted under the RTE quota, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI)...

Deal to educate kids worldwide

"Qatar Charity (QC) and Education Above All (EAA), a global initiative of H H Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, have signed a memorandum of understanding to...

Teach For All Launches Network-Wide Partner Learning Portal

Teach For All is excited to announce the network-wide release of a new Partner Learning Portal as of Tuesday, July 29. "Nearly 600 staff members from across...

We must ensure that schools are never targeted in armed conflict

"A total of 120 schools, more than 70 run by the United Nations refugee agency, have been bombed or suffered collateral damage during the...

No Place in School for Roma Children in France?

"According to research conducted by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) in the beginning of 2014, children of many Roma in France have restricted...

Children of the Commonwealth: Guyana

"Maria Ignatius has been training to be a nurse at a hospital near Guyana's capital, Georgetown, for nearly six months. Maria is one of the...

Parents fear loss of state allowance will affect children’s education

"It's the out-of-the-blue school expenses that put Allyson Griffith, a full-time student and single mother of three, under severe financial stress. Next year Ms Griffith...

UNESCO South Sudan: Request for publications

Since the conflict began in South Sudan in December 2013, more than 500,000 children have been internally displaced. UNESCO South Sudan is launching the...

Helping girls worldwide requires a united stand

"We cannot sit on the sidelines and let this continue. Each of us is responsible. We cannot rest until we have justice and freedom...

“Disabled People in Developing Countries Are the Poorest of the Poor”

"Disabled people in developing countries are the poorest of the poor: if we are serious about tackling extreme poverty, our development work has to...

Former Miss Universe revisits her mother’s hometown as part of the...

"Anyone who was around during the 80s is likely to remember when Porntip was crowned Miss Universe, the second Thai woman to receive that...

Left out of school, despite RTE

"The promise of free education is not becoming a reality for thousands of poor students. Schools even deny admission to those with BMC letters....

Ending the Great Neglect of Children with Disabilities

"How can the United Kingdom (UK), other donors, and indeed all partners of the Global Partnership for Education better fulfill the 20 year old...

7 buzz topics at the GPE replenishment conference

"Money matters aside, the two-day conference in Brussels is expected to be full of discussions over a wide range of topics, and here are...

It’s Time to Stop History Repeating Itself – It’s Time to...

"On June 16, 1976 around 200 children were shot and killed in the streets of Soweto because they dared to suggest they had the...

These colorful boxes provide disconnected communities with books, e-readers and tablets

Conceptualized by Libraries Without Borders and designed by world-renowned French designer Philippe Starck, the Ideas Box could soon be deployed as part of the...

Nigeria Has Highest Number of Children Out of School: UN

"Nigeria has the largest number of children globally who miss school as increased insecurity in the north shuts down centers and prevents access, according...

Kickstarting Innovation in Brazilian Education, Part I: The Industry

"Sitting next to me on my flight to Toronto from Sao Paulo is a young Brazilian man, Alberto Nascimiento. He’s a little fidgety and...

In Chinese Schools, Disabled Get Shortchanged

"Mike, 13, lives on the outskirts of Beijing. He is gifted: He plays the piano by ear and, most afternoons, practices singing Italian opera... Now...

Lunch Lessons: How to Learn On a Full Stomach in Lao...

"Walking from village to school can take a long time for children in Lao PDR. Children who went home for lunch often wouldn't return...

ActionAid Calls on the Government of Haiti to Improve the Quality...

"Half of primary school aged children cannot access education in Haiti due to a lack of public schools. ActionAid and peasants groups of the...

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