The Unesco Institute for Statistics @unesco states that more than 600 million school-age children do not have basic skills in maths and reading. We love being a part of the solution! Curious about what we do? Link in profile 🎉
According to the Brookings Institution, the abysmal state of learning in developing countries means that millions of children cannot read, write, or do basic math, despite having spent several years in school. Edify walks alongside schools to provide a quality education for children in 10 countries around the world!
A great EntrySign install at @utcsd working with our partners Digital Office Solutions Limited.
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Happy Digital Citizenship Week! All week long we are going to be posting info to empower you and your kids online. Do you know what digital citizenship is? Do you know if your children’s school has digital citizenship built into the curriculum?
Halo, sahabat Matahati!
Kami masih bernostalgia dalam serunya kegiatan pameran #EduTECHAsia 2018 di Singapura kemarin, nih.
Senang sekali bisa bertemu dengan teman-teman yang sama-sama peduli dalam perkembangan di bidang pendidikan. Sama-sama mau menggunakan teknologi sebagai sarana belajar yang ramah anak.
Kami juga bangga mendapat kesempatan menjadi salah satu peserta dari Indonesia di event skala Internasional.
Yuk kenali #edugame hasil riset @matahatikita.id dan @matatacorp ! Unduh edugame berjudul: "Bantu Belajar IPA 3" di App Store favorit kamu. Edugame ini kami kemas untuk pelajar SD kelas 3 dan berisi esensi pelajaran IPA dalam standar kurikulum nasional.
Selamat bermain dan belajar!
Many of our partner schools were started by someone in the community who saw a great need for education. Lots of these communities did not have a school, so children had to walk long distances or would not go at all. We are thankful for over 3,000 schools that we have partnered with who are committed to education and breaking the cycle of poverty.
We’re proud to announce that Macro Connect is @mypowerschool’s newest Certified Service Partner, the only one east of the Rocky Mountains. We are now PowerSchool’s exclusive partner for supporting its Student Information System in Michigan and a trusted resource throughout the midwest. Read more: http://bit.ly/2A59KSR #educationtechnology#powerschool#powerschoollife
This is sad. With our works @encf_ng and the likes of those tackling this problem, we've barely touched the surface in reducing the number of out of school kids in Nigeria from 10 million as previously announced a few years back. Now its gone up by 3 million plus. Well we would press on!
A rise in the number of internally displaced children and a corresponding increase in birth rates have led to a surge in the number of out-of-school children in Nigeria.
The number of out-of-school children rose from 10.5 million in 2010 to 13.2 million in 2015, a Demographic Health Survey (DHS) conducted by the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and the Nigerian government revealed.
Hammid Bobboyi, executive secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), made this known at a pre-conference briefing in Abuja on Thursday.
The briefing was held ahead of the Northern Nigerian Traditional Rulers Conference on Out-of-School Children, which is billed to hold on October 10 and 11.
Bobboyi, who was represented by Bello Kaigara, director of social mobilisation, UBEC, said the activity of Boko Haram is a key factor that led to the increase.
He said the increase has hampered socio-economic growth in the country, since the children affected do not benefit from educational programmes put in place for them. “If you add the number of children that have been displaced and the increasing number of birth, you find out that our source in DHS conducted by UNICEF published in 2015 reveals the number of out of school children increased to 13.2 million,” he said. “Over the last few years, Nigeria has been besieged by Boko Haram and lots of children have been put out of school. “This is equally affecting the implementation of some education treaties that Nigeria is a signatory to.” Also speaking at the briefing, Terry Durnnia, education chief, at UNICEF said 45 percent of out-of-school children in West Africa are Nigerians. “The number of out of school children calls for serious concern. Nigeria should take on the challenge of reducing out of school children,” he said. “UNICEF will only lead and support the process of reducing out of school children.
Sebuah kajian sederhana tentang salah satu aplikasi yang bisa digunakan dalam model blended learning. Artikel ini dikhususkan untuk rekan-rekan guru dan atau calon guru yang sedang mencari alternatif platform gratis berbasis daring yang bisa digunakan dalam proses pembelajaran. Semoga membantu (Link blog saya di profil)
Catatan: Saya tidak berafiliasi dengan aplikasi dalam kajian. Hanya sekedar mengumpulkan berbagai penelitian sebelumnya dan menarik kesimpulan.
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Happy International Day of the Girl! Today simply highlights a movement to better girls’ lives by providing opportunities for them to show leadership. And we think the best opportunity is a quality education. #internationaldayofthegirl#dayofthegirl