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Education: Education For All

Article Bangladesh gets $390 mn World Bank aid for education
The World Bank funding would enable 4.5 million rural students to continue education in secondary level annually.
Article Tertiary Education in Small States: Planning in the context of globalisation
The book outlines some of the strategies, such as regional and international partnerships and the use of information technology for spreading tertiary education.
Article Literacy can help fight poverty: United Nations
By promoting literacy, we can help millions of people write their own chapter of opportunity in their lives, said Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary-General.
Article School head can make a big difference: study
A motivated head-of- the-school can make a big difference to improve the quality of education, says a new study.
Article India is a story of gains and gaps: UNICEF Representative
Louis-Georges Arsenault, UNICEF India Representative, in an interview with OneWorld South Asia, strongly states child marriage is a big impediment to women's true empowerment. Excerpts from the interview.
Article Nothing more frustrating than being unemployable: Tharoor
India’s demographic dividend could turn into a demographic disaster, if millions of young people are not trained to be employable, cautions Shashi Tharoor.
Article UNFPA to launch videos on life- skills education in India
The training videos for tutors are intended to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
Article Millions of kids still out of school in Malala’s Pakistan
According to a report, out of 120 countries in the world, Pakistan has the second largest number of children out of school (after Nigeria).
Article One teacher, one book, one pen, can change the world: Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl who was shot by the Taliban for attending classes, addressed hundreds of young people at the United Nations, urging them to use education as a weapon against extremism.
Article Adhocism will ruin Indian school education: Apex court
“We spoil the entire education system by appointing ad-hoc teachers who do not have proper qualification," a two-judge bench of India's Supreme Court said today.
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