The Global Partnership for Education has approved a grant totaling US$112 million to build on Tanzania’s successful efforts to get more children in school and learning – especially girls and children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Global Partnership for Education has approved the expansion of its accelerated funding mechanism, which could unlock up to US$250 million in rapid funding for education in countries experiencing humanitarian emergencies in the coming year.
A teacher who recently graduated compares how the teaching methods she learned at the Sebeta College of Teacher Education in Ethiopia have improved from what she herself experienced when she was in primary...
This public event organized by Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) aims to share key findings from the education systems research being undertaken by RISE in Ethiopia alongside lessons learned from its research teams around the world.
The 2020 summit will take place April 5-8 at Oxford University, United Kingdom. The summit provides a platform for discussion and sharing of knowledge between the world's most ardent literacy and educational leaders.