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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...

Writing the Dakar Framework: “the hardest 20 paragraphs of my life

"This is the third in a series of blogs taking a retrospective view of the Education for All agenda and its subsequent implementation. In this...

Expert Meeting on Device and Content Development : Mobile Literacy for...

Last week the Expert Meeting on Device and Content Development took place in Bangkok. The aim of the meeting was to share experiences amongst...

New scheme launched to improve mathematics, language skills

"Concerned over poor learning standards in schools, the human resource development (HRD) ministry on Tuesday launched a new scheme to improve mathematics and language...

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...

UNGEI Fund for Documentation of Good Practice: Announcing the Successful Recipients...

"Last year, UNGEI launched a call for proposals for the UNGEI Fund for Documentation of Good Practice in Girls’ Education and Gender Equality (UNGEI...

SUPPORTING THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN BANGLADESH

"As part of CSR Centre’s mission to promote CSR in the country, CSR Centre has taken up an initiative to develop a “National CSR Guideline...

Education requires research

"Good in-service education will deliberately work on the entire range of capacities that teachers need to play their complex roles. Some of these are...

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...

First impressions of education in East Asia and the Pacific

"In my previous region, Eastern and Southern Africa, we contributed towards halving the number of out-of-school children over ten years, but access to school...

Improving access to education in north-west Pakistan

"In Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, half of the population are illiterate. 3 million children are not in school 2 million of these are...

A New Era for Afghan Education Planners

"Decentralising the education system in Afghanistan is a priority for education planners, according to Mohammed Hamid Askarzada, Senior Monitoring and Reporting Specialist at the...

One step closer to quality education for all

"After more than a year of fighting for a stand-alone goal on education in the post-2015 agenda, EI reached an important milestone in New...

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...

Keeping our eyes on the goal of learning for all

"The World Cup games being played in Brazil send a hopeful message that teams from Ghana, Nigeria, Ecuador and Honduras can qualify to play...

Government working on scheme to promote science and innovation among students

"The central government is also contemplating a review of the Right to Education Act, in view of several states questioning the efficacy of not having...

Eight projects to be probed : Tablet Project to be Scrapped

"A meeting led by a deputy chief of the National Council for Peace and Order resolved on Monday to scrap the plan to buy...

Improving learning for China’s poorest children

"By focusing on social and emotional learning, a new model of education is changing the way teachers teach - and students learn - in...

EI calls for inclusion of teachers in post-2015 education strategy

"Education International has urged UNESCO and its member states to put teachers at the center of efforts to improve quality education for all in...

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...

Take action on Day of African Child

"The Day of the African Child will be marked this year by a series of events featuring young people around the world in support...

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...

Missing the Bulls Eye — Financing Education in an Unfair World

Why it’s important to fix how education expenditures are allocated "In many countries a combination of progressive tax policies and in-kind transfers, such as through...

‘Education for hardest-to-reach children a priority’

"Effective implementation of second-chance education could help bring hardest-to-reach children to schools Bangladesh has progressed in the education sector over the years, and yet a...

Getting Teacher Migration & Mobility Right

"Recruitment of teachers across borders represents the greatest threat to teachers’ rights and safety. Check out emerging trends and tendencies of teacher migration worldwide. Learn from...

#TeacherTuesday

For the past 10 Tuesdays since the 25th February, 10 teachers, from 10 countries around the world have shared their "stories, motivations and challenges...

UNESCO REAFFIRMS ITS HISTORIC SUPPORT TO THE UNRWA EDUCATION PROGRAMME

"The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which provides assistance and protection to some 5 million Palestine refugees, welcomed Dr. Qian Tang, Assistant Director-General...

Eneza Education Wins This Year’s ICT Innovation Awards

"Eneza Education has been declared this year's winners of the 2014 ICT Innovation awards at the Connected Kenya summit. Eneza's mission is to make 50...

Celebrate Solutions: Training Teachers to Empower Girls in Nepal

"Education to any child, especially a girl, positively impacts their health, life, and community. Yet, many from the developing world still see it as a dream,...

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