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The education sector is an untapped opportunity to reduce disaster risk and combat climate change.
Parents are a key part of the education process. By participating in their children's education, they can ensure that their children have a brighter future.
Out-of-school children constantly struggle with extreme poverty and are often the victims of child labor and abuse. It is crucial to get all children in school and learning.
Robert Prouty writes from the 10th High Level Group Meeting on EFA in Jomtien, Thailand, asking you to Join Our Movement to Improved Education Now.
Education is the best investment a country can make to increase economic growth, advance maternal and child health, empower women and break the cycle of poverty.
At the 10th Annual High Level Group Meeting on Education for All, the importance of secondary education in improving and saving children's lives was central to the discussion.
Children across the world are still being excluded from quality education. It is critical to create education for all.
Education policy requires an input-based approach, compared to "cake and soup" by Dr. Ngu, Director of Finances and Planning at the Ministry of Education and Training in Hanoi.
There are an estimated 69 million children not in school. The Global Initiative on Out of School Children is working to create universal primary education.