Why Secondary Education for Girls Reduces Child Marriage, Early Pregnancies

Why Secondary Education for Girls Reduces Child Marriage, Early Pregnancies

UNESCO just released its report, Sustainable Development: Post 2015 Begins With Education, that takes a look at the critical importance of education on the post-2015 agenda. The core stance in the report portends that without greater access to education poverty eradication will become increasingly difficult to achieve by 2030. The betterment of women’s and girls’ lives […]

How You Can Send Children to School in Laos, Guatemala and Ghana

How You Can Send Children to School in Laos, Guatemala and Ghana

Education, it is often said, is the key to a child’s future. When a child in low and middle-income countries goes to school, their future income increases by 10 percent. Girls who go to school have healthier children when they get married when they matriculate, and educated girls also delay marriage. Additionally, girls who are less educated are more […]

Teaching in the Netherlands and Learning Outcomes #TeacherTuesday

Teaching in the Netherlands and Learning Outcomes #TeacherTuesday

This interview was conducted by and is courtesy of UNESCO’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report team.  We are happy to join UNESCO’s #TeacherTuesday campaign – a ten week journey around the world to share a glimpse of teaching from the voices of teachers themselves. The sixth honored teacher is Cees, a teacher from the Netherlands. This is his story. […]

Mohammed’s Story: Teaching in Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan

Mohammed’s Story: Teaching in Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan

This interview was conducted by and is courtesy of UNESCO’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report team.  We are happy to join UNESCO’s #TeacherTuesday campaign – a ten week journey around the world to share a glimpse of teaching from the voices of teachers themselves. The fourth honored teacher is Mohammed, a teacher in the Zaatari Refugee Camp. This […]

Gender and Education: A Look at an Afghan Teacher’s Life

Gender and Education: A Look at an Afghan Teacher’s Life

This interview was conducted by and is courtesy of UNESCO’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report team. Later this week we will be delving into the Education for All Global Monitoring Report Gender summary to bring out facts about girls and education across the globe. We are happy to join UNESCO’s #TeacherTuesday campaign – a ten week journey around […]

The Importance of Inclusive Education for Indigenous Children #TeacherTuesday

The Importance of Inclusive Education for Indigenous Children #TeacherTuesday

This interview was conducted by and is courtesy of UNESCO’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report team. We are happy to join UNESCO’s #TeacherTuesday campaign – a ten week journey around the world to get a glimpse of teaching from the voices of teachers themselves. The second honored teacher is Natelee, a teacher on the […]

Upcoming Events to Add to Your Social Good Calendar

Upcoming Events to Add to Your Social Good Calendar

Over the course of the next month or so we will be working with major NGOs to spread the word about new reports and critical days commemorating important causes and issues. Mark your calendars for these causes. Tuesday, February 25 We will be working with Save the Children to spread the word about its brand-new […]

Celebrating Teachers Around the World With UNESCO #TeacherTuesday

Celebrating Teachers Around the World With UNESCO #TeacherTuesday

For ten weeks starting on February 25 we are happy to join UNESCO’s #TeacherTuesday campaign. Leading global education voices will shine the light on inspirational teachers around the world along with UNESCO. The first honored teacher will be Esnart, a teacher from Malawi. UNESCO has created an entire map of the honored teachers (below) and […]

One Million Children are Now Syrian Refugees

One Million Children are Now Syrian Refugees

Amid news of a poison chemical attack right outside of Damascus last week and the sniper attack on a UN convoy today, UNICEF also had harrowing news of its own to announce last Friday. They have recorded the one millionth child refugee who has escaped the war in Syria. “This one millionth child refugee is […]

Featured Infographic of the Week: Children Still Battling to Go to School

Featured Infographic of the Week: Children Still Battling to Go to School

According to the United Nations, enrollment in primary education in developing regions reached 90 per cent in 2010, up from 82 per cent in 1999. Even with the great improvements in universal primary education there are still 57 million children around the world who do not go to school. This infographic from UNESCO shows how […]

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