In a joint statement released in Marrakech at the Education Forum of the World Human Rights Forum (27-30 November), international civil society organisations have raised serious concerns about the emphasis on private sector involvement in education in Africa in a recent ...
The EI Research Institute and the University of Amsterdam IS Academie "Education and Development" have co-published a volume exploring the role that teachers play in global policy processes and the effects of education reforms on teachers' labour and professionalism in seven case study countries, including India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Namibia, Peru, Turkey and Uganda.
The chapters are based on empirical research and analyse how different global education policies, including ...
Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT)
Membership 160,000 (September 30 2012 Source GNAT)
National Association of Graduation Teachers (NAGRAT)
Teachers and Educational Workers Union (TEWU)
University Teachers’ Association of Ghana (UTAG)
Federation of University Senior Staff Association of Ghana (FUSSAG)
Polytechnic Teachers’ Association of Ghana (POTAG) ...
Education International’s "Education in Crisis" Seminar, that took place from 18-19 October, 2012, united over 140 educators from more than 30 different countries in discussions that engaged different approaches aiming to enrich education systems all over the world, both during the current global economic crisis and for the decades that will follow. On 18 October, keynote speaker Professor Deborah Meier of the Steinhardt School of Education, New York University, highlighted the importance o ...
This blog was originally published on the World Education Blog on March 22nd, 2013.
This week I joined 100 education experts from around the world in Dakar, Senegal, to consider the outcomes of global consultations ...
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