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    Sustaining and enhancing the confidence of teachers

    Education International

    The second theme examines the role of teacher unions and their relationship with governments in achieving policies which sustain and enhance the confidence of teachers. This has added relevance globally since the fourth of the International Summits on the Teaching Profession is taking place in New Z...

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    Qatar’s Migrant Workers: Trapped in an Ivy League Nightmare

    Education International

    In recent years, a number of prestigious US universities such as Georgetown, Cornell, Northwestern, Carnegie Mellon and a whole host of other high-profile western institutions have set-up branch campuses in the oil-rich state of Qatar. To supporters of the project known as Education City, the...

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    A Global Crisis of Education Policies – Not Learning

    Education International

    The latest Education for All Global Monitoring Report (GMR), launched at the end of January in Addis Ababa, warns of a ‘learning crisis’ but is that what the international community should be focusing on?   The annual report, which monitors progress towards the Education for All (EF...

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