Category Archives: Uncategorized

Boko Haram won’t win

By Zannah Mustapha, founder of Future Prowess Today, a conference is being held to look at the humanitarian crisis unfolding in north-eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad region. I live this crisis every day. I have seen a thousand orphans … Continue reading

Posted in Conflict, fragile states, school violence, Uncategorized, violence | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Still learning about early learning in Ethiopia

By Jack Rossiter, Young Lives, Ethiopia The potential of O-Class in Ethiopia In 2017, the research study I work for, Young Lives, released its first early learning publication: Scaling up Early Learning in Ethiopia: Exploring the Potential of O-Class [O-Class … Continue reading

Posted in Early childhood care and education, Pre-primary education, sdg, sdgs, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Evaluating Liberia’s private school partners: why policy decisions must be based on more than numbers

By Stuart Cameron, Senior Education Consultant at Oxford Policy Management. ‘Partnership Schools for Liberia’ (PSL) is a hot topic in education policy circles. A pilot programme outsourcing control of government primary schools to eight private providers, it has attracted considerable … Continue reading

Posted in private schools, private sector, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Citizenship Education in Morocco: How civil society organizations can help

Elarbi Imad, President, Moroccan Center for Civic Education Recently, there has been growing interest in citizenship education across the world. With the rise of the Arab Spring there has been recognition within Morocco that citizenship education can help equip youth … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, textbooks, Uncategorized, Youth | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Hidden figures: showing the importance of women in science

Tomorrow is the second year of celebrating the new UN Day on Girls and Women in Science. This subject seems to be picking up steam. It has even hit the big time – featuring in a blockbuster Hollywood film, Hidden Figures, about … Continue reading

Posted in Equality, Gender, ICT, STEM, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Sharing, learning, leading: the E-9 countries and SDG4

With the advent of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), existing education partnerships are re-assessing how best they can pool their knowledge and efforts to achieve the ambitious global goal in education (SDG4). One of those partnerships is the E-9 … Continue reading

Posted in E-9, Economic growth, monitoring, Post-2015 development framework, sdg, sdgs, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What did you learn in school? Is ‘B’ for Banana? Or Burka?

Across the news this week is proof of the explosive nature of textbook content if not got right. The Education Ministry in Bangladesh has released a new version of textbooks for grade one to grade ten that many say display … Continue reading

Posted in textbooks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment