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01 September 2014

Syrian refugees get chance at education in Jordan

The latest back-to-school campaign aims at sending 300.000 Syrian refugee children into the classroom this autumn, helping them work toward a positive future. More




29 August 2014

Canada: Unions call for commitment to public college education

Education unions in Quebec, Canada have appealed to the province’s Minister of Education, Sport and Leisure to publicly declare the importance of the public college system amid calls to have it abolished. More




28 August 2014

USA: Ferguson’s teachers and students seek refuge in the classroom

As schools begin to reopen nearly two weeks late following the police shooting of an unarmed African American man, education is being looked to as a way to heal the wounds inflicted on the city’s students. More




27 August 2014

Germany: Rethinking and improving teacher training

Germany’s union for education and science is gearing up to host a conference in September focused on helping teachers navigate the challenges of working in a 21st century classroom. More



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