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Connect To Learn Works with Teachers to Integrate Technology into Classrooms

Tara Stafford, 

Coming off the heels of the Broadband Commission's recent report on the importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education, writing about Connect To Learn's work with our ICT in Education Impact Study in Kenya and Uganda couldn't feel more relevant. The Study, which addresses several of the key recommendations outlined in the report, was designed to deepen Connect To Learn's work connecting secondary school teachers and students - especially girls - to quality education resources and learning opportunities using ICT.

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Chief Dreamer Check In-March 2013

George Srour, 

Seven years ago on my first trip to Uganda representing Building Tomorrow, I took out a pen and paper as my plane flew South over the Sahara. The sands beneath seemed to stretch forever, painting the skies a warm, mesmerizing orange. This morning, the deep ocean blue one would usually see crossing the Atlantic is shrouded by clouds on my way back to the USA, and though not as picturesque, the temptation to write persists.

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GCE-US CO-SPONSORS SCREENING OF AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARY FILM, “BUILDING HOPE”

Washington, D.C.---In an effort to continue to raise the profile of the need of comprehensive national and international plans to facilitate and foster Education for All, the Global Campaign for Education-US Chapter with coalition member, The Nobelity Project, is sponsoring a screening of the film "Building Hope" at the Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick Street, NYC on February 5, 2013.

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Why Girls’ Education in Malawi?

Leah Crenson, 

"Why girls' education?" and "why Malawi?" are some of the most common questions we hear at AGE Africa. In light of recent events such as the world's celebration of International Day of the Girl and the tragic shooting of Malala Yousafzai for attending school, one thing is clear: more people need to know exactly and with no shadow of a doubt why girls education, primary, secondary and beyond is so important.

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Education: The Greatest Gift

Casey Murphey and Jenna Lenskold, 

The holidays are in full swing - sweater season has begun and the streets are lined with people holding their steaming cups of hot chocolate! You may be thinking about what gifts you should buy for your family and friends. Perhaps Suzy wants the latest smartphone and the hottest new toy is on the top of Billy's Santa list. But what about the more intangible gifts many of us have already been lucky to receive and can still give to others?

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Counting Until the Cows Come Home

Katherine Brown, 

One look at six year old Negassa Bekana and it's obvious that he is an active and curious learner. In the early childhood development classroom at the Save the Children supported Jemjem Community-based School in Jemjem, Ethiopia, Negassa chats away with his classmates and gets to work on solving colorful hand-painted wooden puzzles featuring common household animals like roosters, hens and baby chicks.

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Where in the world is Equatorial Guinea? And why should you care?

Amanda Malamut , 

When I tell people that I co-founded an organization that works in Equatorial Guinea, most people have never heard of it, and if they have, they haven't heard about what education is like in Equatorial Guinea. This International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange, specifically in a small country in West Africa.

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A Road From Poverty

Facia Sirleaf, 

The beginning of the school year always provides me with a time to reflect on why education is important. While some people might take education for granted, my experiences have helped me develop a passion for learning, and a strong belief that education and literacy provide the best foundation for economic and social improvement.

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