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Celebrate with us the World Science Day for Peace and Development
The All-Africa Students’ Union supports the goals of the 100 Million campaign and will participate in the week of global action to promote the education rights of all children around the world.
With GPE’s support, children in disadvantaged areas of Guyana are building the foundation for better learning.
The 5th meeting of the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning last month in Hamburg was expanded from previous meetings to include a large group of developing countries, who were able to contribute their experience and concerns as the work continues to develop the SDG 4 indicators and the associated data.
Despite compelling evidence of the benefits that investing in girls’ education brings, funding continues to fall short. The meeting of the G20 leaders next month, is an opportunity to make a concerted effort to see every girl complete 12 years of quality education.
On the occasion of Africa Youth Day, we highlight the efforts of African youth advocates and activists promoting quality education for all. We are grateful them for their activism to keep education high on the national, regional and global development agenda.
A new program supported by a GPE grant aims to ensure quality education through continuous professional development for teachers, particularly in the early grades.
GPE has convened a public-private roundtable of partners to diagnose the education sector’s key data challenges and to propose solutions to these challenges. The roundtable has brought together senior representatives from partner countries, the business community, global development partners, civil society and donors to consider ways to improve existing data tools, to develop better visualization...
For deaf children, sign language is a vital means of communication and is most often their first language. How can we tackle the barriers preventing these children from learning sign language?