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Extreme weather events, damaged school infrastructure threatens girls' access to quality education with repercussions extending beyond immediate schooling challenges, said a new report from Plan International. The latest report, “Climate Change and Girls’ Education: Barriers, Gender Norms and Pathways to Resilience,” shows the dire consequences of the climate crisis on girls’ education in West Africa, South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia.
As the world races towards achieving universal basic education by 2030, a glaring deficit of 69 million teachers looms large on the...
New figures released on Monday by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) have revealed a troubling reality - the number of children worldwide who are deprived of any form of education has reached a staggering 250 million. This marks an increase of six million children compared to previous data, and it is a deeply concerning trend.
More than half of the world’s 14.8 million school-aged refugee children are currently missing out on formal education,
One in three (33%) describe the education system in their country as good, with 36% describing it as poor, according to a latest survey by IPSOS.
Highlighting the lack of appropriate governance and regulation in the use of technology in education, the UNESCO issued an urgent call for its responsible and equitable implementation. In its 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO highlights the need for proper governance and regulation to ensure technology complements, rather than replaces in person, traditional teacher-led instruction.
Discover the latest Performance Grading Index (PGI) report for school education, highlighting Punjab and Chandigarh as top-performing states. Despite their performance, no states/UTs achieved the top five grades overall, indicating areas for improvement. Explore the PGI-D structure, its categories, domains, and grading system designed to assist districts in prioritizing interventions and enhancing school education.
Armed conflicts, forced displacement, climate change and other crises increased the number of crisis-impacted children in need of urgent quality education to 224 million, according to a new Global Estimates Study.
In a new study, the researchers maintained that sex education tools improved reproductive health knowledge scores and measures of self-efficacy among adolescent girls.
Sex Education: When And Where To Start?