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Educating Girls May Be Nigeria’s Best Hope Against Climate Change

Africa/ Nigeria/ 29.10.2019/ Fuente: www.sierraclub.org. I will hammer with one hammer! I will hammer with one hammer! All day long! All day long! THE CALL-AND-RESPONSE IS ENTHUSIASTIC, rising above the sound of a fan whirring furiously in the corner of the room. About 50 women stand in a circle around the song leader, who pounds the […]

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Programación del Portal Otras Voces en Educación del Domingo 23 de junio de 2019: hora tras hora (24×24)

23 de junio de 2019 / Autor: Editores OVE   Recomendamos la lectura del portal Otras Voces en Educación en su edición del día domingo 23 de junio de 2019. Esta selección y programación la realizan investigador@s del GT CLACSO “Reformas y Contrarreformas Educativas”, la Red Global/Glocal por la Calidad Educativa, organización miembro de la […]

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Surge in demand for schools leaves councils struggling to cope

By: Richard Adams.  Thousands of pupils in England denied place at their preferred secondary school Councils across England are struggling to keep pace with rising numbers of applications for secondary school, leaving thousands of pupils without a place at any of their preferred schools. More than 600,000 families across England and Wales were told on […]

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Dreams of the daughters: how a school in Zambia is tackling education for girls

By: Julia Rampen.  George Mumbi lives in rural northern Zambia, where umbrella-like trees cast shadows on the red earth and there are few roads. The unusual thing about George is that he sent his daughter to secondary school. In Zambia, high schools charge fees, and in George’s community of subsistence farmers most families plough what […]

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Paula Tesoriero: Inclusive education produces better outcomes for all

Oceania/ New Zeland/ 21.11.2018/ Source: www.nzherald.co.nz. All children in New Zealand bring diverse backgrounds and needs to their education and every child deserves to have those differences acknowledged meaningfully. So it was disappointing to read last Wednesday’s editorial in this newspaper, “One in five pupils now need help with learning disorders“, which implied these children were a […]

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Bumpy kickoff to Sierra Leone’s free education program

Africa/SierraLeone/26.09.18/Source: www.africanews.com. Some two million children in Sierra Leone went back to school on Monday in a key test of the country’s landmark free education programme for primary and high school students. It was a key election pledge of President Julius Maada Bio, who took office in early April. Bio has said he will donate three […]

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