Category: Press Releases

National exam success shows poverty is not correlated to performance

The Ugandan Government have released the 2019 national Primary Leaving Exam (PLE) results revealing that – for the third consecutive [...]

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Public private partnerships transforming public education systems in Africa

Governments are increasingly using private sector partners to swiftly improve learning at scale across their public education systems, as the [...]

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New RCT reveals that Liberia significantly improves primary school learning outcomes in three years 

Overall, learning improved by 0.26 SDs in English and 0.35 SDs in maths; equating to more than a year of [...]

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Bridge pupils KCPE results equate to an additional year of learning

Bridge pupils surpassed their peers nationwide by 16 marks Pupils who attended Bridge for five years or more receive equivalent [...]

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Bridge and the IFC work together to improve education

Today there remains an acute shortage of learning opportunities for young people in low and middle income-countries. As such, Bridge [...]

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World Teachers Day must focus on better support for teachers in developing countries

More than half of all children not reaching basic levels of reading and maths Launch of international #TeachersTransformLives campaign UNESCO [...]

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Bridge teacher in first ever Nigerian national teacher TV show

The first Nigerian teachers TV show (Teachers’ Reality TV Show) is being hosted in Abuja, with a Bridge Teacher from [...]

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UN education goal will not be achieved by increased aid

UNESCO has predicted that the international community “will fail to meet” the agreed targets to improve education by the year [...]

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Bridge Pupil to represent Kenya in International Chess tournament

Bridge International Academies pupil Myles Johnson Anyona will represent Kenya in an International Chess tournament following his victory in the [...]

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