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With support from the Global Partnership for Education, the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is helping all children acquire strong reading skills, which will help them increase their chances of academic success and lifelong learning.
A good example of how technology and innovation can help improve education.
Against the backdrop of progress in the Eritrean-Ethiopian peace process, nine members of the German Bundestag (parliament), with all parliamentary groups represented, traveled to the region in March. In Eritrea the members of the Parliamentary Committee for Economic Cooperation and Development visited a school and learned about the work of GPE.
A tech startup in Zimbabwe creates virtual reality field trips for students who otherwise wouldn’t have opportunities to get out of their classrooms.
A young woman passionate about education pleads for African countries to ensure that the right to education for displaced girls is upheld by adding her voice during an NGO forum in Sharm El Sheikh last month.
During this year’s Global Action Week for Education, civil society groups around the Middle East and North Africa led many different activities to promote the right to education, in particular for populations affected by conflict and crises.
Your weekly Buzz blog is back! It has been a important week for education advocates thanks to the Global Action Week for Education, which called on partners to work together to end the global education crisis. The “My Education, My rights” theme explored the right to education through personal stories from around the world. The initiative gained a lot of attention in the virtual sphere. Subscribe...
Dodzi Aglago is one of the young, award-winning innovators at the African Union Expo. When he worked as a physical science teacher, he did not have the tools he needed for practical experiments. So he decided to create them.
The World Bank’s Human Capital Index reminds us that investments in health and education across the first 8,000 days of a person's life will help countries address their most pressing development challenges.