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June 20 is World Refugee Day. For the children who are trapped in the chaos of having to leave their homes and sometimes their families behind, being able to continue to receive an education is a normalizing factor. It can give them hope for a better future, and give them the skills they will need to build a better life for themselves and their future families.
Our indicators of success influence the nature of education programming. If we measure only basic literacy skills, we will deprive children of opportunities to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners.
EduClick leverages the technology revolution to provide alternative learning methods to those who can’t access formal learning due to armed conflicts or poverty.
25 years after the Salamanca Statement, there are still too many children with disabilities who don’t go to school. One way to effectively remove a barrier to their schooling is through the transformative power of parents groups.
Social media highlights from the world's largest conference on the rights, health and wellbeing of women.
Selected by the African Union as the most innovative education solution in Africa, a new science set - a textbook-size laboratory that contains 45+ individual materials for over 26 experiments - aims to help overcome the lack of practical science education in Africa.
Discover all the education events you can't miss at Women Deliver 2019, the world's largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women.
A new research report “Toward the design and implementation of comprehensive primary grade literacy and numeracy programs” provides recommendations on how best to design programs to teach literacy and numeracy skills to young learners.
Quality education is the foundation for gender equality. The Education Hub at Women Deliver 2019 will bring together partners to discuss the power of education to transform lives, communities, and societies.