Education at a Glance 2019 shows governments must accelerate progress towards SDG 4 and quality education for all

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Reacting to the newly published Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Education at a Glance report, Education International welcomes progress made in a number of countries in several aspects of educational provision, but insists that other major areas of education remain a cause of great concern for educators.

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DRC: EI and its affiliates campaign for free public education

Le Président de la RDC Félix Tshisekedi lançant la rentrée scolaire au complexe scolaire Mokengeli de Lemba .

While they welcomed the news that state sector primary education was to become completely free at the point of use when the government announced its decision to do away with school fees, teachers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have reiterated their concerns about teachers’ salaries and the need to find a sustainable sou...

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UK: increasing starting salaries – a step in the right direction for guaranteeing recruitment and retention of teachers

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Reacting to the government’s announcement of an increase in starting salaries for teachers, education unions in the UK have acknowledged that this measure will make teaching more attractive and help to mitigate the recruitment and retention crisis, but further public investment in education is urgently needed.

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Latin America Discusses Rights Violations in the Education Sector

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On Thursday 5 September in Bogotá, Colombia, member organisations of Education International Latin America (EILA) opened a regional meeting to share experiences and discuss rights violations in the education sector in Latin American countries. The meeting aims to establish a network for monitoring and reporting human and labour...

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