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UNESCO's 2012 Education for All Global Monitoring Report and the new World Inequality Database on Education provide important information on the status of education programs around the globe.
On World Food Day, it is important to remember those living without enough food across the world, especially children who struggle to learn while battling hunger.
Almost 300 entries have already been submitted to the Reading Changed My Life Photo and Video Contest. This week, we are spotlighting our submissions from Africa.
Today marks the first International Day of the Girl. Today we celebrate girls' contributions to society, but also we must recognize that girls are being held back in the education sector.
On International Day of the Girl Child, world leaders emphasize the importance of education in improving girls' lives and creating more equal opportunities around the world.
Many children are excluded from education because they are visually impaired or have other disabilities. The visually impaired should have the same opportunities to read and enjoy learning as their peers.
Pov, a teacher from Cambodia, shares her experiences and reminds us of the important role teachers play in ensuring all children have access to a quality education.
The Global Partnership for Education, along with 88 co-sponsors, launched the Reading Changed My Life Photo and Video Contest on September 7th, 2012. Today we are in full swing, celebrating 100 submissions from 36 different countries.
The GPE team attended the United Nations General Assembly in New York and then shared our message with 60,000 people in Central Park at the Global Citizen Festival.