David Edwards talks about World Teachers Day and the challenges teachers face worldwide.
Mary Richardson discusses the A-Levels examination debacle caused by Covid-19.
Jason Hickel discusses his new book Less is More. The book is a must read for anyone who wants to know how we can stop ecological break down and enable human flourishing.
Rui da Silva explores educational privatization in Brazil and Portugal.
Today we continue our exploration of Teach for All. Two weeks ago, we explored Teach for All counter-narratives. Now we look at empirical research evidence across contexts where Teach for All operates.
Today we talk about the complexities of private higher education worldwide and how some private universities and colleges responded to and have been impacted by the coronavirus.
Today we look at counter narratives to Teach for All, the global network of affiliate organizations that recruit people to make 2-year commitments teaching in high-need schools.
Today we take a critical look at numbers. Think about it: numbers are everywhere in education, from grades to impact scores to rankings.
School systems worldwide are struggling to figure out if, when, and how to re-open schools. Educational planning during a pandemic is no easy task, especially when there is little evidence that can be used to guide policy.
What does citizenship education look like in a country affected by armed conflict and economic crises?