Quality education is not just about numbers and letters, but also about empowerment. It is about equipping children and youth to be vocal citizens who stand up for their rights. The youngsters attending the GPE conference were doing just that: standing up for their rights and those of their peers.
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Tamara Minick-Scokalo, President of Pearson's Growth Markets writes about Pearson's contribution to the Global Partnership for Education.
- July 07, 2014| 0 Comments
In contrast to learning opportunities for students that are student centered, learning opportunities for teachers largely remain remarkably non–“teacher-centered”—everywhere in the world—embodying, not best practices in adult learning or professional development, but expedient practices, and in many cases, malpractice.Areas: Teachers