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29 June 2015

American educators celebrate marriage equality ruling

The landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling making same sex marriage a right is being praised by the National Education Association as a “monumental step forward in our national journey toward a more perfect union.” More

 

 

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26 June 2015

Canada: Quebec educators look to boost social equality

Teachers from all around Quebec are rallying under the theme “Let’s act! Let’s fight back!”, to bring attention to issues of trade union renewal and recent attacks on workers’ rights. More

 

 

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25 June 2015

Bahamas: Commonwealth looks to EI to address quality education

When Commonwealth education ministers descended on the Bahamas this week to tackle the challenges of achieving quality education in developing countries, all ears were tuned in to hear what Education International had to say. More

 

 

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24 June 2015

Switzerland: teachers want to balance the salary scales

Swiss educators say it’s time to reverse a 20-year trend of underpaying teachers, by raising salaries to the level of other sectors to ensure that the profession continues to be a popular career choice. More

 

 

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Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.


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