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At the Global Citizen Festival in New York City, GPE makes a major pledge of financial support to help out-of-school children in conflict-affected and fragile states.
Teachers are fundamental to quality education but there is a huge gap between the number of teachers needed for every child to succeed and the number of teachers who are currently trained and working in schools. To get every child into and through primary school by 2015, the world needs 1.7 million more teachers.
A new publication from the British Institute of International and Comparative Law discusses the intersection of international human rights, humanitarian and criminal law in relation to education.
The Education Cannot Wait Call to Action seeks to help children who are not in primary school in conflict-affected states and crisis zones.
The Global Partnership for Education has just launched a new three year strategic plan that will serve as a road map for the journey toward helping every child get a quality education.
At the United Nations General Assembly, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon is launching a new five year global initiative to reinvigorate global commitments to education.
Robert Prouty responds to a recent World Bank blog on public sector teachers and their role in the education system.
Longer classroom hours for students in Latin America could create better quality education. Peter Holland shares his thoughts through the World Bank Opportunities for All blog.
Shanti, a young girl in Mumbai, is just one of millions of out-of-school children who are in need of numeracy skills for future success.