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The International Mother Language Day, celebrated each year on 21 February, is an opportunity to promote linguistic and cultural diversity as well as multilingualism. What actions are planned to promote literacy and national languages in Africa? The ADEA Inter-Country Quality Node on Literacy and National Languages (ICQN-LNL) provides an overview of the situation.
The way that mother tongue based multilingual education has been offered may contribute to low parent demand in some settings. Using “bilingual education” instead may be a more positive way to describe education that enables all children to learn and become literate in more than one language.
GPE supports mother tongue education as a key component of the foundation of learning. On International Mother Tongue Day we review how three partner countries—Eritrea, The Gambia and Uzbekistan—with help from GPE, are implementing mother tongue programs.
With support from the Global Partnership for Education since 2007, Benin has expanded access to education in remote areas through various interventions, ensuring that more children go to school and stay in school.
Ethiopia is the first of three pilot countries to launch a new system to improve learning assessments.
GPE is piloting a new approach to help partner countries strengthen their learning assessment system. It all starts with a good diagnostic.
The new guidelines help education stakeholders in partner countries develop financially sustainable education sector plans, increase national budget allocations, and improve the quality of education expenditure.
Launched this week, the Send My Friend to School demands quality education for all children across the globe.
Convening under the theme “Strengthening teacher education: A prerequisite for quality teaching, training and learning”, the Policy Dialogue Forum 2018 organized by the International Teachers Task Force explored solutions to close the teacher quality and quantity gaps. GPE organized and participated in sessions at the forum in addition to attending side meetings.