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Proud to be part of the UN Global Compact

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) offers an opportunity for organisations and leaders to assess the progress that is being made in achieving the Global Goals. The sustainable development goals … Read More

Independent​ ​report​ ​proves​ ​Liberia’s​ ​bold​ ​education innovation​ ​is​ ​working

A new study shows that children in Bridge Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) public schools learn twice as fast as their peers in traditional public schools, receiving the equivalent of … Read More

Technology enables Bridge teachers to give their best in the classroom

Teaching is for many a vocation. Great teachers have the ability to change the direction of a child’s life. They can inspire a love for a subject and for learning … Read More

#MyBridge to a Brighter Future

Bridge is giving a global voice to African and Indian parents, teachers and pupils who live in some of the poorest communities in the world. Through #MyBridge, we want to … Read More

Bridge Pupils Excel Inside and Outside the Classroom

At Bridge, we believe that academic excellence is complemented by strong co-curricular programs. Giving our pupils the opportunity to develop new skills and experiences, through activities like sport, music and … Read More

Bridge’s Open Letter Response to Those Calling to Stop Investment in Proven Solutions

We are glad to see the signatories of this letter recognize that investors in Bridge are genuinely concerned about children in poverty, and that they acknowledge the need for significant … Read More

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How Do You Solve a Problem Like Education for Children Fleeing Conflict?

Inequality can lead to unrest, and when educational inequality doubles, the chance of conflict more than doubles. Today, the number of people displaced by conflicts is at an all-time high. Children in … Read More

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Africa Is A Continent Where Education Reform Is Working

Education is both political and complex. There are many who take an ideological position against reform and resist innovation and change. They resist the notion of parental choice, mixed education … Read More

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Bridge Selected As Government Partner To Pilot New Kenyan Curriculum

The Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development and the Kenyan Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has selected a Bridge academy in Kinna, Kenya to participate in the new curriculum pilot. … Read More