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The Meskerem School in Ethiopia has made extraordinary progress in improving the quality of education for its students despite challenges. What’s its recipe for success?
October 11 marks International Day of the Girl Child
Only when gender equality is hard-wired into the DNA of education systems will we be able to deliver more equitable results for girls.
As we celebrate the International Day of the Girl, we are glad to share these three stories from girls in Nepal, Ethiopia and Mauritania who, despite the odds stacked against them, are pursuing their education and on their way to a better life for themselves, their future families and their countries.
Worldwide, at least 175 million children are not enrolled in pre-primary education. A new massive open online course is set to address this gap and support countries in planning to provide all children the best start in education.
Silenat Alem is among the Ethiopian teachers who recently became school principals, thanks to a GPE program that is helping address the gender balance in school leadership positions.
Madagascar’s education joint sector review (JSR) served as the opportunity for representatives from four GPE partner countries to meet and discuss how to improve or organize JSRs for the first time, as a mechanism for better tracking sector plan implementation.
With the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goal 4 on education, and the dedicated target 4.c recognizing teachers as key to achieving the Education 2030 Agenda, World Teachers’ Day has become the occasion to mark progress and reflect on ways to address the remaining challenges facing the teaching profession.
World Teachers' Day is on October 5.