All posts tagged with: school

Take action for education by writing to your MP

Posted May 15, 2014 no picture Global Education First Initiative Youth Advocacy Group

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9 May 2014 - When it comes to addressing the many complex problems in developing countries, and ending injustice, there is no silver bullet or magical solution - but giving children access to at least nine years of quality education is about as close as we can get. Education equips young people with the knowledge and skills they need to broaden their horizons, pursue their ambitions and fulfill their potential. It better positions them to understand and protect their human righ...


Comrades of arms

Posted April 22, 2014 no picture Toma Florin Ungureanu

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This is an E&T Battle Station production 2013. We present you our opinion about the interaction between teens and educators and we are making our statement about the importance of nonformal education.


What would you bring?

Posted March 25, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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If you had to leave your house in a hurry what would you take with you? For two young girls from Homs, the answer was easy. It wasn’t clothes or toys, but rather their UNICEF school bags filled with textbooks, pencils and exercise books! The two sisters had been attending school in their village, where they received support from UNICEF. When their family decided to flee the fighting and re-locate to Jordan they didn’t want to leave without their supplies. The girls, their...


OneMinutesJr. Simple Math

Posted March 20, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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(Mohamed Mysoor Arshath, 15, Sri Lanka, 2014) Faced with discrimination, a young man teaches his instructor a lesson. Created at the 2014 Sri Lanka OneMinutesJr. workshop on "Child Rights in My World."


Child friendly, no inequity

Posted March 14, 2014 no picture Achmad

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Inequity and disparity has threatened the realm of education, more notably where gender because girls and boys do not harbor the same equalities. Although, there are plenty of targets made and determined by governments, the targets have not yet been achieved due difficulties. For instance, in Indonesia, there are still inequities of education between students with disabilities and those without. Most of them are marginalized to the specific areas in education. The Millennium Develo...


Learn by happiness, not by pressure

Posted March 6, 2014 no picture Fanny Simme

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Learn from happiness, not by pressure The politicians here in Sweden are worried, the Swedish students results in the PISA tests (Programme for International Student Assessment) are not approving, right now Sweden is low down on the list. Everybody knows that we need to change something in the way Swedish schools are structured. We look up to the high-scoring country South Korea, and trying to understand what they are doing right, and what we are missing. But are they good role...


Education over school

Posted February 28, 2014 no picture Kwoba @H_Kwoba

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Do you ever wonder why we bother to go to school? Ever ask yourself why it was necessary for you to go through all those many years of classes? Ever think about how it all started? And if it were upon you to decide, would you do it the same way or would you want it done differently? We were all born into a system. A system that has been structured to make us spend almost half of our lives learning how to do this or that. We learn how to execute procedures, how to treat diseases...


Because of Finance, Students are Banned to take a School Test

Posted February 24, 2014 no picture Achmad

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Oh my God, schools are the determinants of some imperative positive activities of students. The right activities will generate students to be the best students, whereas the deviated activities will bring about students to behave improperly. However, formal regulations determined by educational stakeholders will not absurdly affect students in the right and or in the wrong. Although regulations which are defined by stakeholders as inappropriate, students do not receive an allowance to...


What about culture?

Posted January 31, 2014 no picture Dr Bhavani Ranganathan

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Culture is inherent in a person because of one's upbringing as well as the environment. So if we need youth to build a world order to bring all human beings to enjoy the basic human rights of liberty, brotherhood and mutual understanding. Children should have these values not just for tolerance, but healthy respect and imbibing of other traditional values as a part of the school curriculum and upbringing. This will ensure that the future will be strife free and harmonious because m...


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