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Davos

26 January 2015

DAVOS: EI General Secretary sends clear message that public education is no commodity

Speaking during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Education International’s General Secretary Fred van Leeuwen asked the business community to support public school systems and help teachers improve education quality. More

 

 

FYROM

23 January 2015

EI to help solve labour conflict in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

As the labour conflict in the country’s education sector escalates, ETUCE, Education International’s European Region, aims to bring the parties back to the negotiation table after months of a sluggish social dialogue, which came to a complete standstill at the end of the year. More

 

 

2015_Kenya

22 January 2015

Teachers’ strike highlights Kenya’s education challenges

A Kenyan school made global headlines on Monday when children, some as young as seven, protesting against the seizure of their playground by property developers, were tear-gassed by police. More

 

 

teacher

21 January 2015

Opinion: The Right to a Good Teacher

Education International’s Antonia Wulff explains why a teacher target is a necessary and perfectly feasible feature of the post-2015 education agenda in the latest Network for international policies and cooperation in education and training newsletter. More

 

 

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