UNESCO has announced two new education recommendations that reflect new global trends.
The recommendations also support the Education 2030 Framework for Action.
An American literacy non-profit organisation says it is making an impact on literacy in Ghana.
WorldReader is currently working in 52 schools in Ghana to help people to improve their literacy skills.
Maths teaching across the UK is "superficial" in many cases, says a leading education researcher.Read more
African universities need to elevate the standard of their maths teaching, say education experts.Read more
The Colombian President has promised an investment in education, one one condition.Read more
Irish IT education charity, Camara, has announced successes for girls studying IT in its Zambian project.Read more
A plan to speed up training in ICT for teachers in South Africa is being put in place.Read more
The Council of Europe has commended Turkey’s project to put technology in the hands of students.Read more
Amazon is preparing to launch an online education platform for schools, reports Tech Crunch.Read more
Many of the new GCSE and A level exams scheduled for introduction in September 2016 are not ready.Read more
North Korean students who have defected to the South are set to study abroad under a new plan.Read more
A literacy campaign group in Wales wants a renewed focus on reading in primary schools.Read more
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