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Special educational needs ‘It’s hard to watch your child struggle. All you can do is chase people’

By: Michael Savage. As council budgets are slashed, desperate parents speak about their exhausting battle in the courts to protect the forgotten victims – their children As a former bouncer working in north London nightclubs, John Roden thought he knew a thing or two about stressful situations. But taking on the care of his five-year-old granddaughter Hope brought […]

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Funding Africa’s Education Revolution

By: Strive Masiyiwa If Africa’s children are educated and equipped with the skills to succeed in the twenty-first-century economy, the entire continent will prosper. But if they are denied a quality education, Africa’s economic progress will be slowed, stunted, or even thrown into reverse. In mid-July, former US President Barack Obama used a speech in […]

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Yemen: Going back to school in a war zone

Asia/Yemen/17.09.18/By Sean Coughlan BBC/Source: www.bbc.com. It’s back to school – but for millions the prospect of another school year will not mean new books, bags and subjects. It will be a struggle to get an education against a background of war, conflict and being refugees far from home. According to Unicef, there are 17 million children of […]

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In Indonesia, innovative education

Redacción: Devex Resumen: El progreso de la agenda educativa en Indonesia es un objetivo nacional administrado por el ministerio de educación y cultura. Pero los datos sobre el conocimiento y las habilidades de los estudiantes en lectoescritura básica y aritmética muestran que los estudiantes indonesios tienen un rendimiento inferior en comparación con sus pares regionales y globales. […]

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Race- Based Suspensions Undermine Undermine Education of Black Youth

BY MARIAN WRIGH A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released last month, “K-12 Education: Discipline Disparities for Black Students, Boys, and Students with Disabilities,” reminds us once again that suspensions and expulsions continue at high rates and offer grave risks to students. The report by this federal monitoring agency reviews data from the Education […]

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Nigeria: Education best instrument to fight poverty, social ills – Nasarawa Speaker

África/Nigeria/June 04, 2018/Source: www.pulse.ng Abdullahi described education as the best instrument to fight poverty and other related abuses on children, hence the need for parents to give topmost priority to the education of their wards. Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi, the Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly, has urged parents and guardians to provide good education and […]

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New Zealand: Decile funding system changes in education will not be successful if made in isolation

New Zealand/May 29, 2018/Source: https://www.nzherald.co.nz Education is one of our most critical sectors, and it is hardly surprising, therefore, that education policies and practices are often among the most controversial. Government ministers want to make their mark on the portfolio, research and other international developments offer continually evolving ways of looking at the way in which […]

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