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Non-Formal Education Bill tabled

"The Cabinet on June 23 approved the final draft of the Bill aimed at widening the reach and raising the quality of non-formal education. With...

More than a million Vietnamese children not attending school, survey says

"A study, conducted by the Ministry of Education and Training, found that 1.1 million children between 5-14 years of age do not attend school. The...

The learning tree – Pa Jai Dee School, a non-formal education...

"In a cool, brightly lit classroom, about 60 students — all over the age of 19 — are looking at their teacher attentively, despite...

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,...

For India’s child police, work trumps school

"For nine-year-old Animesh, who started working for the police when he was five, life is totally different from that of other local children. While...

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...

Soe Meh’s story

"I was born in Loikaw Township, in 1989. I grew up in Daw Kraw Aw village. I stayed there until I was 13 years...

PLAY PROGRAMS IN GAZA REOPEN

"For us, kids and safety always come first. So when there was conflict in the Middle East, we temporarily suspended our play-based programs in...

Qaryah Thayyibah: An Alternative School in Salatiga, Indonesia

"Dear readers, it is a big pleasure for me to introduce to you Mr. Ahmad Bahruddin, an experienced leader in Indonesia, who is working...

Children (And Dumpsites) Are Not Tourist Attractions – Anlong Pi, Siem...

"Our Kaliyan Mith Siem Reap (KMSR) team has been working to provide services tailored to the specific needs of those who live and work...

Education Fast Forward’s Eleventh Debate: Mobile Learning for the Masses

"Education Fast Forward (EFF) was co-founded by Jim Wynn, formerly at Promethean and now EFF’s Chief Executive Officer, to bring together some of the world’s leading...

As Ebola closes schools in Africa, how do we help children...

"In response to the growing threat of Ebola across west Africa, the governments of Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have closed their schools....

Millions of Syrian children out-of-school

As children all over the world were heading back to school, here are several articles collected through out the week on the educational state...

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...

500 days to global education: The IRC takes the pledge

"We have 500 days left to get 58 million children back in school. The International Rescue Committee has joined the #EducationCountdownand pledged to help make education...

DepEd recognizes private schools for indigenous peoples

"Advocates who run educational institutions for indigenous peoples deserve admiration but this was far from what Ramcy Astoveza got when he started operating such...

Gov’t Again Cracks Down on Schools for Migrant Workers’ Children

"Many budget kindergartens in rural Beijing mostly catering to the children of migrant workers were ordered to close ahead of the new school year,...

Measuring literacy, ensuring quality

"BRAC currently runs the largest private school system in the world. We have graduated over 10.2 million students worldwide. Complementing mainstream school systems with...

Digitally Democratizing Education

"If all children left school with basic reading skills, 171 million people would be lifted out of poverty. We all know that education is...

Tackling illiteracy through libraries in Asia

“My parents are farmers. They don’t know how to read and write,” said 10-year-old Thinley Pelzom, from rural Bhutan. Growing up in this extremely...

The role of civil society in the Dakar World Education Forum

"This is the fifth in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the EFA agenda and its implementation. This blog looks back to...

Panel of 6 to plan strategy for out-of-school children

"The director of education will head a six-member working committee to work on a strategy on bringing out-of-school children back to school. The working...

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...

How Public Libraries Can Support Community Literacy

"I recently had the fortune to participate in a UNESCO meeting on mobile literacy solutions for out-of-school children in Thailand. With a large population...

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...

No ‘back to school’ for millions of children affected by conflict,...

"Almost 30 million children are out of school in emergency or conflict affected countries following the targeting of schools and the displacement of millions...

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...

Coming Soon and in Current Development – CEI Education Topic Portals

"Topic and country portals provide practical lens to focus in on the growing number of innovative programs serving the world’s poor We are excited...

Oando Foundation Launches Ebola Education Support Fund for Children Affected

"Oando Foundation announces the launch of its Ebola Education Support Fund. The Fund will support the education of Nigerian children who have lost one...

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