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Footpath School

"The statistics on out-of-school children are sometimes daunting, but then we come across the countless wonderful people like Kamal Parmar who give their lives,...

What’s the Real Reason Why Some Children are Learning Less in...

"It is becoming more and more recognized that attending schools does not necessarily guarantee that children are learning at expected grade levels. And there...

Qatar WISE Awardees

"The 2014 WISE Awards winning projects have been selected. The six innovative education projects originate from Australia, Egypt, Finland, India, Jordan, and Peru. They...

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...

The Companies Act has Promise, but Will India Inc. Cash In?...

There is much excitement here in India around the potential of the year-old CSR component of the 2013 Companies Act to deliver on social impact....

Is it Still 1984? Reflections of a Untrained and Unqualified Teacher

"Thirty years ago this month, I began my career in education. With a group of Boston College (BC) graduates, I moved to Kingston, Jamaica...

Literacy lightens lives in Afghanistan

Rafi-u-llah, a patrol officer in Afghanistan’s Laghman province, says that his inability to read was a source of shame that kept him from performing...

Syrian refugees trigger child labour boom in Turkey

"Thousands of young refugees are missing out on school to support families left destitute after fleeing the fighting in Syria. Counting in Arabic, Hamza is...

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...

As Mideast school bells ring, refugees shouldn’t miss out

"As school bells rang throughout the Middle East, signaling a new school year, children across dozens of refugee camps flocked to make-shift schools for...

Down and out in rural China

"In the past three decades China has made impressive gains in sending rural children to school. This has helped fuel its rise as a...

What is ICT4D, and how is it transforming lives?

"You may recognise the acronym ICT (Information, Communication and Technology) - but what about ICT4D? Any guesses? ICT4D refers to ICT for development. Programmes...

We have to be on a constant learning curve

"After 67 years of independence, too many of India’s citizens are shackled by the lack of a quality education that enables them to be...

Ministry of Education and UNESCO complete the process of drafting Learning...

"In Myanmar today, an increasing number of students graduate from primary schools but the transition rate from primary to secondary education sits at 73%...

ICT experts tackle challenges of digital divide in Asia-Pacific region

"People standing in the dark, on a cliff beside the ocean. The moonshine reveals the silhouettes of half a dozen men. They are reaching...

Dubai Cares launches two programmes in East Africa

"Philanthropic organisation Dubai Cares has marked the successful conclusion of its ‘What If?’ Ramadan campaign with the announcement of two new programmes in Kenya...

Education for indigenous children

"There are many indigenous communities with a population of around four million in Bangladesh, with various discriminations against them prevailing in society. One manifestation of...

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...

Getting every child into school … why wait?

"I recently had the pleasure to visit Warwick University, in the English Midlands, to contribute to their distinguished lecture series. The title of my speech...

Public school kids cry out for books, more rooms, more cooling...

"The survey had a total of 440 respondents in four schools in Metro Manila: 100 from the Batasan Hills National High School (BHNHS), 105...

Improving children’s learning: Challenges and priorities for the new government

"Over the last 15 years, continued effort to universalise access to elementary education in India has resulted in high enrolment rates in schools. Now...

World’s largest e-learning lab

"Pakistan has over 25 million out of school children. The ones attending public and most private schools get an education devoid of developing critical...

Migrant children, families enriched by fun, academic activities; creates bonds

"About 70 youngsters, along with many family members, enjoyed the sunny outing behind host school Cardinal Valley Elementary. “These children need to be afforded the...

The new education targets still need fine-tuning

"Small tweaks can and must still be made, no matter how close to the wire we draw. Here are a few tweaks that we...

E-Books In A Kenyan Library Increase Patronage

"SAIDE Community Library in Kenya is a shining example of how e-readers are impacting lives both in and out of the classroom. As a...

More Children Are Going to School in India, but They’re Learning...

"India's woeful state schools are in stark contrast to the country's lofty goals of becoming a nation of call centers and technology parks The fifth-grade...

1.4 million Indian children aged 6-11 out of school: Unesco

"Achieving the goal of getting all children in school by 2015 is now clearly impossible. It has emerged that there are 57.8 million children...

Student Learning in South Asia : Challenges, Opportunities, and Policy Priorities

"This report covers education from primary through upper secondary school. Given its importance for school readiness, this report also reviews early childhood development even...

A Tale of Two Teachers – Part 1: How the Cascade...

"For those not familiar with it, the cascade approach attempts to build a core group of master trainers or champions through one or a...

Abed suggests tasking NGOs with pre-primary education

"Describing government schools, Abed said some 60 to 70 students attend classes in a single classroom in those institutions which contradicts the philosophy of...

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