This article by Pauline Rose highlights the crisis situation of Nigerian education with regards to EFA goals. In it, we see that with 10.5 million children out of school, Nigeria has more children out of school than any country in the world. Within a decade (2000-2010), Nigeria has 3.6 million more children out of school. The crisis is not only one of access, but…Continue
“I am 12 years old and I attend seventh grade at a school in Madrid.”
Our interlocutor seems shy but she is not. Her curiosity gets the best of her and she soon takes control of the conversation. She tells us interesting things about her school, her class, her teacher and her friends. It is her daily routine and the basis of her future. And she certainly knows what she is talking about, having attended classes for more than eight years. Quite a professional!
Added by Antonio Vega on November 17, 2013 at 3:36pm — No Comments
My young journalists from high school and European Youth Information Agency (http://eyia.eu/) implemented a web radio live broadcast of the conference Europe with a view of the future organized by the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk. (See: http://www.ecs.gda.pl )
Live radio: …Continue
I am looking to collaborate with a chemistry class in Mexico. I have the project designed and an American chemistry class that is willing to work, I am in need of a class in Mexico for them to work with. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.
Added by Karin Grisham on November 11, 2013 at 12:10pm — No Comments
Bring creativity and global awareness into your high school classroom by incorporating the World of 7 Billion video contest into your syllabus. Challenge your students to create a short (60 seconds or less) video illustrating the connection between world population at seven billion and one of the following: climate change, global poverty, or water sustainability. Students can win up to $1,000 and their teachers will receive free curriculum resources. The contest deadline…Continue
Added by Amanda Frank on November 4, 2013 at 3:55pm — No Comments