The global effort to enable all the world’s children to receive a quality, primary education has made impressive gains since 2000, according to the recently released UN Millennium Development Goals report.
Teachers are at the frontlines of the movement to achieve quality education for all every single day. That is why their engagement in the policy and planning process is critical.
Video of the week: The story of an engaged teacher in South Sudan working to improve learning for his students despite difficult circumstances
Teachers in fragile and crisis contexts face enormous barriers to quality professional development.What are they and how can we begin to address or reverse engineer professional development?
2000 democratically-elected teacher leaders converge on Ottawa for Education International's World Congress to debate and set priorities
Photo of the week: Guinean ministry officials and development partners have collaborated closely on restoring the education system after the Ebola outbreak