[2015-03-24] Pearson caught spying on students
The American Federation of Teachers was aghast to discover that the world’s largest edu-business has undertaken a new activity, moving from administering tests to online surveillance to monitor American students’ social media activity in search of cheaters.
[2015-03-13] Gender equality, women’s human rights and empowerment within and beyond the post-2015 agenda
Education International has co-sponsored a panel discussion focusing on the key priorities for gender equality, women’s human rights and empowerment in the new post-2015 sustainable development framework to be agreed by United Nations’ member states this fall.
[2015-03-12] Education stories hit the big screen in America’s capital
This week in Washington D.C. the classroom enters the cinema to present education in ways not commonly seen, helping to provoke new ideas, debate, and the chance to reveal how film can unlock potential.
Welcome to Education International North America - Caribbean!
EI's North America and the Caribbean region is an area vibrant with development cooperation activities.
The south of the region is a location prone to frequent natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods and earthquakes. The mutual assistance given to one another and the solidarity expressed among EI affiliates in this region is exemplary. In total, EI has 28 affiliates in 20 countries and territories in the region.