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Quality Teaching

  1. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 9 November 2012

    Quality-Ed project

    Dennis Sinyolo

    Quality-Ed project
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 6 November 2012

    Nigeria: teacher gap must be addressed

    The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has demanded that the federal Government in Nigeria pay teachers’ salaries in order to maintain their employment in financially-strapped States in Nigeria. The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), issued this demand in response to the statement by Professor Mohammed Ibn Junaid, the Executive Secretary...

    Nigeria: teacher gap must be addressed
  3. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 12 July 2012

    Canada: Gap between teachers’ hopes and practice

    External forces often change the way teachers teach, with just under half of teachers occasionally having opportunities to teach as they aspire to. That’s according to a 2012 joint research report from the Canadian Education Association (CEA) and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF).

    Canada: Gap between teachers’ hopes and practice
  4. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 6 July 2012

    Mali: Scaling up of Quality Educators programme

    A Quality Educators for All (Quality-Ed) Inception workshop was held in The Hague, Netherlands, from 25-27 July. EI and its Malian affiliate, the Syndicat National de l’Education et de la culture UNTM (SNEC-UNTM), joined other project partners at the meeting. Through the Quality-Ed Project, 2,555 community teachers, providing education to...

    Mali: Scaling up of Quality Educators programme
  5. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 27 June 2012

    Education union leader debunks anti-teacher activist’s assertions

    EI welcomes a recent BBC show featuring the Association of Teachers and Lecturers’ (ATL) General Secretary Mary Bousted and Michelle Rhee, a former chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools. It allowed one of the UK’s top education trade unionists to reassert what quality teachers and teacher assessment mean.

    Education union leader debunks anti-teacher activist’s assertions
  6. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 8 May 2012

    Africa acknowledges crucial role of qualified teachers

    Teachers’ professional development represents one of the three main pillars of the Second Decade of Education for Africa. The other two pillars are formal and non-formal vocational education and training, and higher education. These pillars were reaffirmed by the Conference for Ministers of Education of Africa (COMEDAF V) in Abuja,...

    Africa acknowledges crucial role of qualified teachers
  7. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 8 May 2012

    Africa acknowledges crucial role of qualified teachers

    Teachers’ professional development represents one of the three main pillars of the Second Decade of Education for Africa. The other two pillars are formal and non-formal vocational education and training, and higher education. These pillars were reaffirmed by the Conference for Ministers of Education of Africa (COMEDAF V) in Abuja,...

    Africa acknowledges crucial role of qualified teachers