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Los actores no estatales están influyendo en la profesión docente: ¿cuáles son las implicaciones?

Por Informe GEM/ Amita Chudgar, Universidad Estatal de Michigan “Cuando las escuelas vuelvan a abrir, voy a abrazar a la maestra de mi hijo y agradecerle … “, me dijo un amigo por teléfono solo tres días después de un bloqueo impuesto por Covid-19. Ahora, varias semanas después de la crisis de Covid-19, no es […]

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The world post-Covid-19 might be the world pre-Incheon – or even pre-Dakar

By Sheldon Shaeffer, Chair, Board of Directors, Asia=Pacific Regional Network on Early Childhood (ARNEC) Post-Covid-19, the world will not be the same for a very long time. Life may be so different that there might not even be a post-Covid-19 world in the sense of ever returning to any form of normalcy. We should spend […]

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Back to school, back to normality? Dilemmas in high-income countries

There seemed no doubt when schools closed earlier this year that closures were a necessary response to the pandemic. The question is whether that reasoning has sufficiently subsided for the opening of school doors to be again acceptable. If groups of 10 people or more are being banned from assembling, how can classrooms of 15 […]

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Flexible learning during Covid-19:  how to ensure quality higher education at a distance

GEM REPORT By Michaela Martin and Uliana Furiv, respective lead and consultant working at the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning programme specialist on a project on flexible learning pathways. The Covid-19 outbreak closed universities and other tertiary education institutions in 175 countries and communities, affecting over 220 million post-secondary students. While some institutions moved […]

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Cómo se pueden usar las narrativas de género tradicionales para abogar por la educación de las niñas y las mujeres

Por GEM REPORT//Emily LeRoux-Rutledge , Profesora de Psicología Social, Universidad del Oeste de Inglaterra. “La educación es muy importante para las niñas, las mujeres y para todos. La educación es lo que desarrollará nuestro país, y sin educación, el país nunca seguirá adelante ”, declara una voz en la radio comunitaria, en las zonas rurales […]

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How will Covid-19 affect the internationalization of higher education?

Gem Report University costs. It didn’t take long after universities closed their doors in the United States, for instance, for students to start advocating to get their money back. Twitter is awash with professors concerned about the impact that shutting universities is going to have on their institutions in the long-term. University is one of […]

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“Every child is like any other” – Robert Lumu wins Inclusion and Education photo contest

Por Gem Report Robert Lumu’s photograph of 9-year-old Jemba John, sitting and reading with his peers at his school in Central Uganda, where Albinism is still considered a curse, is the winner of the 2020 GEM Report photo competition on inclusion and education. The competition was calling for photos that capture either the essence of […]

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