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01 April 2015

Global teachers' Summit focuses on culture change

In his analysis of the latest studies on education, EI Senior Consultant John Bangs narrowed in on the main topics of this year's summit on the teaching profession: efficacy, leadership, collaboration and innovation. More

 

 

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01 April 2015

Global Labour University offers a course on workers' rights in a global economy

What are global workers’ rights? Which institutions and instruments can be used to realise them? The Global Labour University has launched an online course on Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy to help answer these questions, among others. More

 

 

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31 March 2015

Australia: Privatisation of vocational training detrimental to students

Reacting to a recently published study, education unions have stressed that authorities of New South Wales must guarantee minimum public funding levels for technical and further education, and avoid the unchecked privatisation that has destroyed vocational education. More

 

 

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30 March 2015

Russia: trade union congress focuses on quality education

The Education and Science Employees Union of Russia held its 7th congress last week, with a strong focus on quality education, teachers’ rights and the future of the teaching profession. More

 

 

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