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12 Years of Quality Education for All Girls: A Commonwealth Perspective

Authors: This report has been written by Rebecca Gordon, Lauren Marston, Pauline Rose and Asma Zubairi in the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Reseña: Escrito por la Universidad de Cambridge, el estudio proporciona nuevos análisis e información sobre las barreras a la educación de las niñas […]

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Education Can’t Wait Invests In Ethiopia Refugees’ School

Africa/ Ethiopia/ 03.12.2019/ Source: newbusinessethiopia.com. Education Can’t Wait (ECW), a global fund dedicated to education in emergencies, invests in the construction of 84 classrooms for refugees in Gambella region of Ethiopia. The classrooms inaugurated this week were constructed in Nguenyyiel, Terkidi, Kule, and Jewi refugee camps and will enable 8,500 refugee children, 38 per cent of […]

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Kenya: Quality education dependent on competence and motivation of teachers

Africa/Kenya/01-12-2019/Author(a): Claire Wanja/Source: www.kbc.co.ke Quality education outcomes depend on the competence and motivation of teachers, the Country Manager of Twaweza East Africa, Dr. Emmanuel Manyasa has said. “I would rather have children under a tree with a competent and motivated teacher than in well-constructed classrooms without such a teacher,” Manyasa. Manyasa was speaking on the […]

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Ending child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Kenya

Africa/ Kenya/ Fuente: www.kbc.co.ke.   Early pregnancy and early marriage worsens poverty conditions of families and girls, instead of reducing it, Machakos County Director for Education, Mrs. Shamsa Adan Mohammed has said. She said access to education was the surest way to breaking the vicious cycle of poverty that teenage pregnancy and early marriages sustained in […]

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India is reforming education for the first time since 1986 – here’s why Australia should care

Asia/ India/ Fuente: theconversation.com. India released a Draft National Education Policy (DNEP) in June 2019. It’s the first comprehensive policy proposal on education in the country since 1986 and a major, game changing statement. Australia has a moral duty to engage with the global challenge of providing quality education to hundreds of millions of Indian youth. […]

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Linking data to get results: India shows how countries can use their national assessments for global reporting

Por Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and Professor Hrushikesh Senapaty, Director, National Council of Educational Research and Training of India (NCERT) The international reporting of learning outcomes is a critical but complex undertaking at the global, regional and country levels. Yet in just a few years, we have made remarkable […]

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OCDE Politicy Note: Philanthropy and Education Quality Education for All: Lessons and Future Priorities

OECD netFWD (2019), “Philanthropy and Education – Quality Education For All: Lessons and Future Priorities”, OECD Development Centre, Paris Esta nota de política analiza el apoyo de las fundaciones a la educación en los países en desarrollo. Se basa en los resultados de la Encuesta de la OCDE sobre Filantropía Privada para el Desarrollo y en […]

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