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Children in conflict-afflicted states are in constant danger of being abducted and recruited as child soldiers. When children are in school, they are kept relatively safe and the chances of further conflict are reduced.
Books are a key tool in the classroom and when they go missing, larger problems build within schools.
The Global Initiative on Out-of-School Children is working to ensure that all children have access to and are participating in quality universal education.
Girls' education saves lives and improves the economic success of countries around the world.
As EFA FTI welcomes 44 new partner countries, we reflect on the prior knowledge and experiences students in these new countries will bring to their classrooms.
2011 is the International Year of Chemistry and students around the globe are challenging themselves to connect with the power of chemistry in the classroom.
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.
The education sector is an untapped opportunity to reduce disaster risk and combat climate change.
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.