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September 21, 2018 by
Today, September 21, marks the celebration of the International Day of Peace. Let’s review the work on the ADEA’s Inter-Country Quality Node on Peace Education
September 11, 2018 by
Make your voice heard via an online consultation about the new Global Education Data Portal (GEDP), which is being developed by the UNESCO Institute of Statistics (UIS). It will be a unique resource centered on the needs of its users, a one-stop shop for the best possible data on education.
September 10, 2018 by
Supported by a US$11.9 million GPE grant, the new program targets the most disadvantaged communities to ensure children have access to quality early childhood education programs with qualified teachers.
September 08, 2018 by
On International Literacy Day, let’s review some of the efforts that the Global Partnership for Education is making to ensure that more children in developing countries are learning.
September 07, 2018 by
International Literacy Day is a vivid reminder for education stakeholders, including those within the Global Campaign for Education movement, that literacy is a key component of the SDGs. One of the targets for SDG 4 is to ensure all young people achieve literacy and numeracy and that adults who lack these skills are empowered to acquire them. This ideal aligns with GCE’s mandate to advocate...
September 07, 2018 by | 2 comments
As we get ready to celebrate International Literacy Day, ADEA reviews the progress made by African countries to improve literacy
September 06, 2018 by | 1 comment
The teaching at the right level (TaRL) intervention has consistently proven to be among the most effective in raising standards of literacy. What does it entail and what are the benefits?
September 05, 2018 by | 1 comment
SDG 4 indicator 4.7.1 reflects the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development.
September 04, 2018 by
Complex learning tasks can provide learners with the skills they need to develop. These skills promote agency and autonomy and are critical if we want learning to “stick”.