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Youth is more than the theme of the day; it’s the...

On International Youth Day, this blog looks at the continued importance of keeping the spotlight on better skills development for young people. Continue reading

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)...

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...

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...

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...

Education innovation in Ghana helps girls realise their potential

"The situation for poor girls in Ghana is particularly bleak: primary completion rates are lower than for boys and academic achievements are inferior. A project...

Inequality across the globe, a focus on education

"According to United Nations, UNESCO sources, in sub-Saharan Africa, 11.07 million children leave school before completing their primary education. In South and West Asia,...

We must shelve our hopes for aid to education from Australia

"The news that Australia’s aid budget will be cut by 10% over the next two years is worrisome for education financing. Ausaid is now closed and development...

Speeding Up: results based education financing programme in Tanzania

"Designing a large performance or results based education financing programme in Tanzania has certainly been a challenge over the past months. In particular getting...

Cashless Education: How mobile money helps Bridge International Academies deliver quality for-profit...

"When I say we “integrate mobile money into our business,” I don’t mean it lightly. Mobile money is the only type of payment Bridge...

TEDxCharleston speakers focus on education, innovation

"Challenge the status quo and push for change. That's what the founder of Meeting Street Academy Ben Navarro told a crowd of several hundred people...

To Lead Tomorrow, Future Leaders Must Learn to Read Today

"When it comes to primary education, there are many reasons to be optimistic. Enrollment has jumped across the world, and more children are in...

A New School for Los Campos

"Construction has started on a new classroom in Los Campos! Before Free The Children built a school in Los Campos, Lesly walked more than a...

Sayeed Alfalah Literacy Centre — changing lives, one child at a...

"In a country where basic human rights like education are a privilege only a minor percent can attain, unsung hero Shamim Sayeed who owns...

From streets to classrooms

"Admissions in 170 school centres set up under Non Formal Basic Education School Project (NFBESP) in Rawalpindi have started. The Punjab government has launched the...

Children need to be taught in their mother language

"In many countries, children are taught in languages they do not speak at home. As we show in the 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report, that...

Afghan school growth ‘will survive political upheavals’

"Afghanistan's progress in reopening schools is irreversible and will survive any political upheavals, the country's Education Minister, Farooq Wardak, has said. Mr Wardak said local...

1.5m out-of-school children to be enrolled in 2014, says minister

"Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Muhammad Atif Khan has said 1.5 million out-of-school children would be enrolled in 2014." Continue reading

Indian kids spend too much time at school?

"Arriving at ideal school hours has remained a contentious issue around the globe. Parents in cities like Mumbai are dreading the prospect of sending...

Maharashtra government hires NGO to tutor its teachers

"Unhappy with the performance of its own teachers employed with the corporations, zilla parishads and other government bodies, the Maharashtra government has now asked...

Girl-child dropouts worry leaders

“The biggest number of the girls in Kitgum district drop out of school in Primary Four and Five and even the few that reach...

The Economic Effect of Exclusion from Education

" Framing a problem in terms of the costs of inaction, instead of in terms of the benefits of action, can provide a fresh perspective...

Over 2000 children enroll in wing schools

"Over 2,000 out-of-school children have been enrolled in 20 wing schools established in deprived and hard-to-reach communities in the East Gonja District of the...

NPA Targets to Enrol 44,985 Children in Islamabad Capital Territory Schools

"According to the Plan of Action for ICT, a total number of 26,991 new students will be enrolled in primary classes in the existing...

Vanuatu schooling not free despite government edict

“Transparency Vanuatu has released a report which shows some primary school children are being deprived of a free education, and are therefore missing out...

‘42% SC students drop out of schools in UP’

Caste-wise, class-wise, and school wise school drop outs study, conducted in a period of three years at different primary schools in Bahadurpur, Ibrahimpur and...

School in Thailand provides haven for Burmese migrant children

Read the latest update and more about the school which has been operating ”solely thanks to the concerted efforts of migrant workers from Myanmar – who...

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