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At the end of September, the government of the United Republic of Tanzania announced to international agencies that they should “stop with immediate effect airing and publishing any family planning contents in any media channels” running any family planning content … Continue reading
3 May marks World Press Freedom Day, a date that celebrates the fundamental principle of freedom of expression and offers an opportunity to evaluate the situation of journalists around the world. It reminds us that the defence of those striving … Continue reading
How far does media coverage of international large-scale assessment help hold governments to account for their education commitments?
By Mary Hamilton, Lancaster University, UK and Co-Director of the Lab for International Assessment Studies A key rationale for carrying out international comparative surveys of skills such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Programme for International Student … Continue reading