World Bank to Analyze Bulgaria’s Public Spending in Science, Technology and Innovation

The World Bank will provide analytical and advisory support to Bulgaria on how to make the most of public spending on science, technology and innovation, and how to formulate a vision for the education sector until 2030.

European Investment Bank and UNICEF partner to help improve access to quality education and protect children from climate change

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and UNICEF announced a new partnership aimed at increasing access to quality education and reducing the impact of climate change on children, on January 27.

On World Education Day, UNICEF unveils latest innovation to improve education in emergencies: The High Performance Tent

UNICEF announced the launch of a new generation of innovative multi-purpose tents which will provide a wide range of humanitarian support for children affected by conflict and disasters around the world, on January 23.

Report: Poorer Nations Squeeze More Out Off Limited School Budgets

Consider the places that best prepare their students for the future and what comes to mind are nations such as Finland and South Korea, which are famous the world over for their education systems. However these are also fairly high income nations....

First drone and data academy opens in Africa to improve service delivery for children

A drone takes off during a demonstration for residents in Thipa vllage, Kasungu District, Malawi.

UK Prime Minister boosts schools with £14 billion package

UK Schools across England are set for a giant cash boost as the Prime Minister announces he will invest over £14 billion in primary and secondary education between now and 2022/23.

What education looks like in Argentina


Young people struggling in digital world, finds latest OECD PISA survey