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17 April 2015

Norway: Collective agreement a victory for teachers

A strike by 17 teachers at a privately-run government funded school north of Oslo in Norway has ended, representing a victory for the teachers who were on strike since 18 March. More




16 April 2015

15 days left to draw the world’s largest lesson plan

The World’s Largest Lesson Plan is an international project of Education International and its global partners which invites teachers to popularise the Sustainable Development Goals of the coming decade. More



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15 April 2015

Germany: ECE teachers strike for equitable wages

Around 250,000 early childhood educators in Germany have been called on by their trade unions to go on a nationwide strike today as negotiations with municipalities on a pay agreement continue. More




14 April 2015

Nigeria: Education community concerned about girls still missing after one year

Over 270 girls are still missing in Nigeria, one year after their abduction. Educators worldwide have not forgotten about them and reiterate that schools everywhere must remain safe sanctuaries. More



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Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 401 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 30 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.

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