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Education

Rich countries letting poorest children fall, says new report

A landmark report by the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre has found that children in many wealthy European nations and the United States suffer greater inequality than children in numerous industrialized nations.

UNICEF and Japan support '1,000 Classrooms Project' in Afghan capital

Girls and boys were thrilled with the recent inauguration of a new high school in the Afghan capital, built as part of a major project in which the government will construct over 1,000 new classrooms in 58 schools in and around Kabul. The project is...

British PM statement on student protests

In our democracy people are fully entitled to protest peacefully and make their views known. But the violence in London today is totally unacceptable.

BANGLADESH: Rohingya Youth Hunger For Education

Ask any one of the 18,000 Rohingya youth at two government-run refugee camps in Bangladesh what they want most, the answer is unequivocally the same: education.

Dynastic Renaissance: Art and Culture of the Southern Song

The Southern Song portion of the Song dynasty, lasting for 153 years (from 1127 to 1279), was a crucial period in the history of China’s cultural development.

Supporting Safe Schools In Ontario

Ontario has designated the third week of every November as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.

MORE THAN 10 MILLION NEW TEACHERS NEEDED TO FILL EDUCATION GOALS, UN WARNS

The United Nations marked World Teachers’ Day today with top officials calling on governments to make up a projected deficit of over 10 million teachers by 2015 and stressing the crucial role teachers play in recovery from natural disasters and...

US-Looping Parents In On Armed Services Test

Maryland is now the first state in the country to bar high schools from automatically releasing students' test scores on a widely used aptitude test developed by the U.S. military to identify potential recruits.