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21st June 2016
 
 
What Does AI Mean for Education
Education in Africa BREAKING STORY
Are for-profit, private public partnerships the way forward for distributing education in the developing world or are we witnessing the emergence of a digitally enabled colonialism? Read More
Worldreader #Ghana
A non-profit with the mission of providing digital books to children and families in the developing world. Reaching readers in 69 countries, providing them with over 28,500 book titles in 43 languages.
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Worldreader #Ghana
When the tablets don't work #India
When the tablets don’t work #India What happens to education in regions where there is 100% illiteracy, no electricity and communities are media dark? Documentary featuring the work of BBC Media Action in India
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Free lunch for children #China
Documentary about education in the mountainous regions of rural China after the earthquake in Y’aan and an interview with investigative journalist, Deng Fei
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Free lunch for children #China
XSEED Affordable Learning #India
XSEED - Affordable Learning #India
Interview with the founder of XSEED, Ashish Rajpal, a for-profit provider of an affordable learning system for schools in India serving more than one million students. Watch
Edlumino - school for refugees
Edlumino Education Aid is a collaboration of qualified teachers and education experts from the UK and mainland Europe who are united in actioning their belief that education is for all children
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Edlumino - school for refugees
Zaatari Refugee Camp #Jordan
Zaatari Refugee Camp, #Jordan
Of the 2 million Syrian refugees, who have escaped conflict in their home nation, 1 million are children. According to the UNHCR, refugees in what it terms “protracted situations” can expect an average camp residency of 17 years Read More
Millions Learning - Brookings
Millions Learning: Scaling up quality education in developing countries tells the story of where and how quality education has scaled in low- and middle-income countries.
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Millions Learning - Brookings
The Problem Solvers
The Problem Solvers The best schools are dynamic places to learn. At the heart of this is the dynamic teacher, sometimes an instructor, often a designer, guide coach and facilitator but always an activator, devising ways to make learning more engaging, demanding and rewarding Read More
When billionaires become edu-experts
Current reforms are allowing certain individuals with neither scholarly nor practical expertise in education to exert significant influence over educational policy for communities and children other than their own.
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When billionaires become education experts
Frederick Taylor in the Classroom
Frederick Taylor in the Classroom By requiring the use of multiple-choice, standardized testing for assessment purposes, the federal and state governments are intruding upon the prerogative of teachers to teach what they want in the manner they see fit. Read More
Graham Brown-Martin - Speaker
“an engaging, witty & most importantly prescient speaker with an uncanny ability to weave observations about the past & present into inspiring & thoughtful insights we all must consider as we collectively shape the future.”
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Graham Brown-Martin - Speaker
 
 
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