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Are some children just not cut out for school?

"...in NSW home schooling is such an increasing phenomenon that a parliamentary inquiry has been ordered into why parents are rejecting the system that is...

Free schooling: Evening classes proposed for out of school children

"The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) announced last week that it would be piloting evening classes to educate the needy children under the Education Voucher...

Report highlights plight of Pakistani children

"An annual report released by a non-governmental organisation here on Saturday showed dismal conditions of Pakistani children suffering in every aspect — ranging from...

No rights for children with special needs?

"As the state implements Right to Education Act, mid-day finds that the inclusion of children with special needs is still an overlooked clause in...

38% of children don’t go to school, APC told

"Of the 2.6 million children between the ages of five and 16 years in Lahore, more than one million (around 38 per cent) are...

Syrian Refugee Children Lose Education

"More than 2.8 million Syrian children inside and outside the country — nearly half the school-aged population — cannot get an education because of...

HCM City rolls out mobile digital library

"Singapore volunteers will help introduce new English and IT learning tools for over 3,000 primary and secondary school students in Ho Chi Minh City...

Govt moots plan to control school fees increments

"The ministry of education is proposing a regulation to restrict spontaneous increment on school fees in government and private schools. Dr Daniel Nkaada, the commissioner...

World’s girls struggling with “curriculum of chores”

"Girls as young as four are juggling their schoolwork with a ‘curriculum of chores’ to help their families survive, reveals Plan International’s Real Choices, Real...

Ghana Pursues e-Ghana Projects

"Ghana is pursuing various Information Communication and Technology (ICT) initiatives dubbed “e-Ghana Project” under a US$97million e-Transform Project with the World Bank as a...

10m Nigerian children out of school – UNICEF

"The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said Nigeria has 10 million children without education, making it the highest country in the world without...

The New Post-2015 Development Framework Must be Bold, Inspiring and Ambitious

"2015 could be a momentous year in human history. It could be the year that governments across the world put a deadline on their...

2.2mn needy children to get free education in five years

"Admission Policy has been devised to impart free education to 2.2 million needy children during next five years. The policy has comprehensive arrangements to attract...

Dubai Cares helps to educate more than one million schoolchildren in...

"Dubai Cares has teamed up with Indian NGO Pratham Education Foundation to provide support for pupils in Grades 1 to 5, in 150,000 villages...

The plight of ‘complimentary’ migrants: Children at brick kilns

"Migration for work is meant to benefit families of migrant workers. But what if the families migrate along with the worker? Based on visits...

Keepod ‘magic drives’ put Nairobi’s children online

"Around five billion people - two thirds of the world's population - still do not have access to a computer or smartphone. Many charities are...

Justice Department Vows to Uphold Rights of Immigrant Children to go...

"The Obama administration has issued updated guidelines to ensure that U.S. public schools carry out federal laws giving children of illegal immigrants the right...

Access to Education and Hope: The Solukhumbu Girls Hostel

"Growing up in her remote Nepalese village, located deep within the Solukhumbu (Everest) Region, Ngaki faced many hardships common among girls in Nepal who...

Children drop out of school to work in construction sites

"Hira Tharu was just an eighth grader when he moved to Rupandhi district from Dang in search of job. All he wanted was to...

Underprivileged: Street children demand right to education

"If we are born in an underprivileged society, it does not mean that we should be deprived of our right to education and a...

Giving More Girls the Chance to Learn in Yemen

"Like many girls in rural Yemen, Raysa Al-Kholani was married off early—in Grade 7—and faced long odds in continuing her studies. Her in-laws insisted...

Doing What Matters: Effectively Pursuing System Change

"Across education systems globally, all is not well for the children. How much your parents earn overwhelmingly dictates how you’ll do in school. This...

The Powerful New Way to Help Syrian Children Now

"School, for many young Syrian children, is an unrealized dream. For others, it's a memory of the past. Imagine the trauma of an active...

Blackboards over Bullets: How One Ravaged Syrian Town Reopened its School...

"The civil war in Syria has left millions of kids without schools. At great personal risk, one town has come together to rebuild its...

Interview with a DEPDC/GMS Director: Alinda Suya!

"DEPDC/GMS would like to share what we learned from Alinda Suya, the organization’s Director of Projects and Half Day School teacher, who was recently...

Floating Schools and how Access to Technology Broadens Access to Education

"Until I read about Mosammet Reba Khatun from Bangladesh, I had never heard about solar-powered floating schools. Reading about Mosammet’s experience has revolutionised my understanding of...

Fukushima children start school, flee radiation

"Kamiyama is the first child to sign on to the Matsumoto project which Chernobyl-doctor-turned-mayor Akira Sugenoya of Matsumoto offered his Japanese town to get...

Benue Crisis: ‘98% Of Children Out Of School’

"Over 98 per cent of the children in Benue State are out of school because of the frequent attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen on...

Bangladesh: Innovative solutions to improve education for the disadvantaged

"Mosammat is the seventh participating teacher in our Teacher Tuesday campaign. Bangladesh is hit by flooding every monsoon season making access to school hard for those...

Help make sure every child has access to primary education

"Tens of millions of children drop out of school before learning how to read and write - forced into early marriages, participating in dangerous...

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