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Let’s not forget the role of parents in education!

Today is Global Day of Parents, named as such by the United Nations as a mark of appreciation for the commitment of parents towards their children. Let’s not forget, of course, that parents, extended families and communities are the first … Continue reading

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Inviting parents to hold teachers to account in Honduras

This blog is written by the GEM Report and Megan R Gavin, Ph.D, also author of a case study on accountability and education in Honduras commissioned for the 2017/8 GEM Report. The blog is part of a series showing that accountability in education is shaped by … Continue reading

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#WhosAccountable? We want to hear from you!

In your country, how are governments held responsible for the promises they make on education? How big a role do private companies have in education in your country? Is anyone holding them to account? Do you think it’s fair for … Continue reading

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