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Too Little Access, Not Enough Learning: Africa’s Twin Deficit in Education

By Kevin Watkins   Africa’s education crisis seldom makes media headlines or summit agendas and analysis by the Brookings Center for Universal Education (CUE) explains why this needs to change. With one-in-three children still out of school, progress towards universal primary education has stalled. Meanwhile, learning levels among children who are in school are abysmal. […]

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What the Finnish education systems could learn from Asia (Vídeo)

Asia/23.07.18/By Hannamiina Tanninen Being an enthusiast about differences in Western and Asian cultures and learning in general, Hannamiina shared her insights to the TEDxOtaniemiED audience on what the Finnish education system could learn from Asia. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi. The first time Hannamiina ever visited China was on […]

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Greece: IOM with EU helps thousands of migrants get education

Europe/Greece/10.07.18/Source: www.devdiscourse.com. IOM, the UN Migration Agency, announced today that almost 2,800 children living in Greece in open-accommodation centers for migrants and refugees attended school in 2018, marking the second year when European Union (EU)-funded transportation services enabled these students to return to class. IOM with EU emergency support, together with the participation of the Greek […]

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United Kingdom: Parents have clear views on the education system, it’s time they were heard

Europe/United Kingdom/26.06.18/By Charles Parker/Source: www.telegraph.co.uk. On an almost daily basis we hear from educators, politicians and commentators on what needs to change in education. But we rarely hear from parents, despite the fact they have a clear perspective on the outcomes. It’s their children that the system teaches and they see first hand whether it’s working. […]

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India’s failing education system: It is our children’s future, not our ancestor’s pride, that deserves our outrage first

Por Anustup Nayak  Here is a sample of what has outraged Indians over the last year: a violent mob attacked a bus full of schoolchildren to protect the honour of a mythical queen. Riots erupted between caste groups over a battle fought two hundred years ago. Young people were killed for falling in love outside […]

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10 (More) Reasons Why the U.S. Education System Is Failing

By Matthew Lynch We must grapple with digital equity, year-round schooling, gender parity in STEM, and more. A couple of years ago, I wrote a post for my Education Futures opinion blog on edweek.org, entitled “10 Reasons the U.S. Education System Is Failing.” I listed 10 problems and issues that prevent the U.S. education system from living up […]

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