Tag Archives: curriculum

What American textbooks say about Vietnam, and about Americans’ attitudes toward war

This blog examines what a country’s textbooks can tell us about their attitude towards war, and in particular how coverage of the Vietnam war has changed over time in American textbooks. It is part of a series of blogs on … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, Sustainable development, textbooks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

We need textbooks that are affirming of sexual diversity

This blog looks at the way that textbooks can help or hinder the tolerance of sexual diversity. It is part of a series of blogs on this site published to encourage debates around a new GEM Report Policy Paper: Between … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, Human rights, LGBT, LGBTI, sexual diversity, Sexual violence, teaching, textbooks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Current State of Textbooks in Turkey: a denial of minorities

This blog looks at how Turkish textbooks could better incorporate the cultures, lifestyles and histories of ethnic and religious minorities. It is part of a series of blogs on this site published to encourage debates around a new GEM Report … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, Sustainable development, textbooks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The 1994 Genocide as Taught in Rwanda’s Classrooms

This blog looks at how textbook  and curricula reforms in Rwanda have worked to cover the 1994 Genocide and instill the ideals of tolerance, unity and reconciliation in students. It is part of a series of blogs on this site published … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Conflict, curriculum, monitoring, sdg, sdgs, teaching, textbooks, united nations, violence | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Viet Nam: Using Textbooks and Curricula for Gender Equality

This blog looks at how recent textbook reforms in Viet Nam have worked to improve gender equality. It is part of a series of blogs on this site published to encourage debates around a new GEM Report Policy Paper: Between … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, Equality, Gender, textbooks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

How we could triple the availability of textbooks

Our first new policy paper as the GEM Report is out today and shows how altering the textbook market to a more centralised finance model could take up to $3 off the price of each book. Combining this approach with … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Aid, Basic education, curriculum, Developing countries, Donors, Equity, Innovative financing, Learning, Literacy, Marginalization, Primary school, Quality of education, sdgs, Uncategorized, united nations | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

The new agenda for education in Argentina (and Latin America)

This blog is part of a series of last minute reflections before the new education agenda is set in stone at the UN General Assembly this week. It is written by Juan Carlos Tedesco, academic and previous Minister for Education … Continue reading

Posted in curriculum, Developing countries, Economic growth, Equality, Latin America, Learning, Literacy, Marginalization, pedagogy, Post-2015 development framework, sdg, sdgs, Teachers, teaching | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment