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A play-based and non-didactic approach to primary education

By: Anurag Behar.   Vibrant classrooms with engaged teachers are an integral part of the New Education Policy vision Puducherry has systematically gone about starting pre-primary classes in all its government primary schools. Anyone you ask there, they point to this levelling of the playing field as a key reason for enrolment increases in these […]

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Thousands march in Morocco to defend free education

Asia/ China/ 01.04.2019/ Source: /www.china.org.cn. Thousands of people marched on Sunday in the Moroccan capital Rabat to defend free education and show solidarity with protesting teachers. Organized by the Moroccan Coalition for the Defense of Public Education, the march criticizes the government’s “scheme to terminate all public services.” The march, joined by several leaders of leftist […]

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Why teacher strikes show no signs of slowing down

By: Alex Caputo-Pearl. More American workers — 533,000 — were involved in strikes or work stoppages last year than at any point since 1986, according to Labor Department data released Friday. The driving force behind this remarkable development: educators who are finally fed up with years of cutbacks and government indifference to public education. The two largest labor […]

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Impact of education financing on Nigeria’s economic growth

By: Racheal Ishaya. There are currently increasing complaints about poor standard of education at a period when globalisation demands much from the educational system in terms of preparation of skillful labour force. The major challenge of public education still remains the commitment by the government to focus on funding public education to enhance qualitative learning. […]

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