Raising Arabic female teachers’ voices

Jalila Al Salman of BTA, Bahrain, participating in a photo campaign in support of women human rights defenders all over the...

Educators will not let racial discrimination undermine refugees’ and migrants’ rights


Quality assurance drive taking place in European higher education


Canadian receives Global Teacher Prize

Teacher, and member of EI affiliate, CSQ, Maggie MacDonnell, MacDonnell, receives the Global Teacher Prize

Unveiled US budget plan, a hard blow to public schools’ students

The US President’s proposal for deep cuts to budgets of federal administrations has been met with strong criticism by key education unions, stressing that this would greatly undermine public education and students’ equality of chances.

Kenya: education privatiser wants to silence biggest critic

In an attempt to silence Kenyan teacher union leader Wilson Sossion, Bridge International Academies have threatened him with legal action for exposing its activities undermining the attainment of inclusive and equitable quality education for all.

Kenya: education privatiser wants to silence biggest critic

Sossion, the Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has focused efforts on revealing thatBridge's business plan is predicated on the employment of unqualified staff delivering a high scripted standardised curriculum in...

Education unions’ leading women pave the way for women’s economic empowerment

Taking women’s rights to the UN, Education International’s delegation of female education unionists’ message of ‘A Woman’s Place is in her Union…for Economic Justice’ is being heard loud and clear in New York City.