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    UK: Homophobic bullying still a problem for LGBT teachers

    Education International

    The overwhelming majority of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teachers have experienced bullying and harassment related to their sexuality during their careers. This is according to a conference organised by one of EI’s affiliates in England, NASUWT.

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    Women’s Day: from words to action

    Education International

    In 1910, Clara Zetkin, a political leader in Germany, first suggested the idea of an annual Women’s Day at the second International Conference of Working Women. Going from strength to strength, year after year in all corners of the globe, International Women’s Day has become a day of recognition, celebration and mobilisation for...

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    Mali and Uganda: Drive to promote mother-tongue education

    Education International

    Education stakeholders involved in the Quality Educators for All project (Quality-Ed) have called for the promotion of mother-tongue education. This call was made at a Quality-Ed seminar held in Gulu, Uganda, from 25 February to 1 March.

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    USA: Education unions welcome Obama’s proposals on ECE

    Education International

    EI’s national affiliates, The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA), have welcomed President Obama’s proposal to dramatically increase access to early childhood education (ECE) for American students.

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