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Konrad Glogowski

Children still battling to go to school | World Education Blog - 1 views

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    28.5 million children in conflict-affected zones are unable to go to school. These children now make up 50% of those denied an education, up from 42% in 2008,
Konrad Glogowski

Educators in Exile - 0 views

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    Much of the literature surrounding education in emergencies focuses on the impact of armed conflict on children. Surprisingly little focuses explicitly on teachers, and yet it is commonly acknowledged that the biggest influences on the education a child receives are the knowledge, skills and attitudes of their teacher.

    Through field research from Kenya, South Africa and Uganda, the study examines the role and status of teachers in emergencies. It identifies the issues refugee teachers face and makes recommendations on how policy can better address their particular needs and protect their rights, and thus improve access to and quality of education to populations affected by an emergency. The research findings also include data on South Sudan and the status of teachers returning there from exile.
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Teaching the Way We Aspire to Teach: Now and in the Future | Canadian Education Associa... - 1 views

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    Teaching the Way We Aspire to Teach: Now and in the Future - a joint research report from the Canadian Education Association (CEA) and the Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF) - paints a national picture of who teachers are and articulates the support they need to teach at their best. The research involved extensive input from over 200 teachers who participated in CEA focus groups across the country and 4,700 teachers who responded to a CTF online survey.
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Schools as Battlegrounds - Protecting Students, Teachers, and Schools from Attack - 1 views

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    Schools as Battlegrounds - Protecting Students, Teachers, and Schools from Attack
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UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning - 0 views

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    UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning
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The Climate Change Starter's Guidebook has been published | United Nations Educational,... - 1 views

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    It provides an introduction and overview for education planners and practitioners on the wide range of issues relating to climate change and climate change education, including causes, impacts, mitigation and adaptation strategies, as well as some broad political and economic principals.
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Tackling Violence in Schools: A Global Perspective-Bridging the Gap between Standards a... - 1 views

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    The objectives of this report are to raise awareness about the causes and consequences of violence faced by children in and around schools, to share good practices and strategies on how to prevent and address it, and to discuss the importance of cooperation at local, national, regional and international levels.
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