Best of Bridge, 2018
17 December 2018
Discover our top ten most popular blogs from 2018. Click on the titles below, or scroll down to learn more.
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- Top 10 employer in Africa
- Mobile Connections for a more skilled world
- Importance of social entrepreneurs to solving the biggest challenges in international development
- Pressing for progress through gender-sensitive teaching
- The public supports education public private partnerships
- Ten of the most influential women in global education
- Five inspirational stories of disabled children learning
- 21 things you need to know about girls education
- ‘Be Imaginative and find creative public- private solutions’ says IFC CEO
- EdoBEST launch
Find our 2017 highlights here.
In May, Bridge International Academies was awarded ninth place in the annual ‘Employer of Choice’ award from African Business magazine alongside household names such as Microsoft, Shell and the World Bank Group — we were the only education provider to make the Top 100.
As the world focuses on technological change and the economy of tomorrow, we make the case for using technology and connectivity to solve some of the most urgent problems occurring right now!
In-keeping with the theme of this year’s Skoll World Forum we explore what we mean by the ‘Power of Proximity’ and the role of social entrepreneurs in solving some of the biggest challenges in international development.
In this blog, we explore how investing in a female-focused education has much more than economic benefits and role of instructional design in challenging stereotypes that risk being defined, reinforced, and even amplified in the classroom.
New research conducted in 2018 revealed that people around the world think there should be more education partnerships to help address the shortage of learning in developing countries.
Learn about ten remarkable women, among many, who are working right now to reach the 130 million girls who are currently out-of-school around the world.
Discover the incredible stories of Richard from Ecuador; Amir from Nepal; Matha from Cambodia, and; John and Adhiambo from Kenya.
In celebration of girls education advocate, Malala Yousafzai’s 21st birthday we shared 21 surprising facts about girls education — Did you know? In many countries pregnant girls are banned from going to school!
Learn why Philippe Le Houérou, CEO of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) believes we need new and innovative solutions to old problems — like education in Africa.
Discover the public education revolution taking place in Edo State, Nigeria under the auspice of the Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation (EdoBEST) initiative — which launched in October.