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Ten facts about education in Sub-Saharan Africa

16 September 2019

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics (UIS) regularly measures and reports on the progress [...]

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Bridge named as a Top Ten Employer in Africa for those who ‘want to make a real difference to society’

15 August 2019

The annual Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Study aims to shape the conversation about what makes a great employer [...]

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Bridge teacher becomes TV star

8 August 2019

A Bridge teacher from Lagos will be among the stars of a new TV show for teachers in Nigeria. Nigeria [...]

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Transforming education

6 August 2019

International Youth Day (IYD) was adopted following the UN Resolution 54/120 on 20 January 2000. It’s an annual celebration that [...]

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Early childhood development in a developing country context

As our understanding of psychology and human development has become more sophisticated, there’s been an increased focus on the importance [...]

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Are you in the 86%?

1 August 2019

Around the world, Book Lovers’ Day will be an opportunity for bibliophiles everywhere to rejoice! However, we should spare a [...]

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SDG4 will not be achieved by simply increasing aid

18 July 2019

In 2015, United Nations member states set out the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, which established 17 Goals to improve health, [...]

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A sustainable population growth depends on quality education

11 July 2019

In 1969 the world’s population had reached 3.6 billion; it had grown by one billion in just 17 years. Paul [...]

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Teaching and Learning International Survey

21 June 2019

Every five years, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) produces the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS). TALIS [...]

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