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Hungary approves strict regulations on foreign-funded NGOs

Can a tech-start up successfully educate children in the developing world?

Recipe for Success: What State Lawmakers Need to Know About K–12 Accountability Assessments

The Conversation: South Africa’s public-private school plans require healthy scepticism

Norrag: As Liberia privatises its schools, an unforeseen result: hungry students

Uganda: Pupils, Parents Arrested Over Absenteeism

Uganda: Are Private Schools Meeting Educational Needs?

Laos: Going beyond basic indicators: A new tool to measure education service delivery

International organizations and the crisis of legitimacy

New Mexico Lawsuit Puts State Education System on Trial

Liberia: Uproar amongst academics as Ministry of education blocks independent research on privatisation

Namibia: Private Colleges Urged to Work With Govt  OHANGWENA education director Isak Hamatwi has called on private education providers and schools to join government in ensuring the roll- out of quality education

Uganda: Government in Shs53 Billion Student Registration Exercise  Primary Education State Minister Rosemary Ssenninde (NRM, Wakiso) has announced government’s move to register all pupils across the country, in a move she said will weed out ghosts.

Malawi: Education Minister Says Govt to Close Down ‘Substandard’ SchoolsMinister of Education Science and Technology Dr. Emanuel Fabiano has warned that all operators of Primary, Secondary schools and institutions of higher learning will not hesitate to close them down if they do not meet the required set standards

Is cheating a norm in Ethiopia? Following up on Ethiopia’s exam awkwardness:

Kenya: State to Take Over School Feeding Scheme From January The government will take charge of school feeding programmes from January. Read more »

Vietnam urges for more autonomy for schools

Is Test-Based Accountability Dead?

Positive, Not Punitive, Classroom Management Tips. In many cases, positive classroom management strategies last longer and foster deeper learning than punitive discpline.

Is more choice always a good thing? by Andreas Schleicher

Perú | Evaluación de desempeño docente: 6,000 maestros de inicial serán examinados este año

Colombia: el país donde la educación no es un derecho

Colombia | ¿Cómo se evalúa a los maestros?  El año pasado cambió la evaluación docente. Semana Educación le explica en qué consiste el nuevo sistema y hace un balance.

Argentina | Iniciativa plural para monitorear el estado de la educación

Bridge opens fourteen new schools in Nigeria and joins new partnership with government

How technology can boost government accountability in the developing world

Argentina | Un equipo del Ministerio de Educación viaja a Santa Cruz para buscar una solución al conflicto docente http://www.telam.com.ar/notas/201705/190004-un-equipo-del-ministerio-de-educacion-viaja-a-santa-cruz-para-buscar-una-solucion-al-conflicto-docente.html

Concepción: 13 mil jóvenes de la Región estudian en instituciones no acreditadas http://www.diarioconcepcion.cl/?q=node/17161

Brasil | Novo protagonismo estudantil https://www.uol/educacao/especiais/o-novo-protagonismo-estudantil.htm#novo-protagonismo-estudantil

Colombia | ¿Por qué el derecho a la educación puede primar sobre otros derechos? http://www.bluradio.com/judicial/por-que-el-derecho-la-educacion-puede-primar-sobre-otros-derechos-141705

Guatemala | Miles de niños abandonan la escuela. En lo que va  del año, 13 mil menores de edad abandonaron sus estudios por diferentes causas, entre ellas trabajo,   especialmente en la provincia, según cifras oficiales.http://www.prensalibre.com/ciudades/guatemala/desercion-escolar-miles-de-nios-abandonan-la-escuela

Uganda: Govt Threatens Action As Schools Increase Fees  For some parents, the second term will start in one week’s time with the added pain of paying extra for tuition. However, as MOSES TALEMWA reports, there is the added threat of action for the affected schools from the education ministry

Panamá | La marcha por la calidad de la educación http://www.prensa.com/opinion/marcha-calidad-educacion_0_4759774139.html

Argentina | Docentes y estudiantes argentinos realizaron marcha federal en defensa de la universidad pública http://www.lr21.com.uy/mundo/1331745-argentina-marcha-federal-educacion-publica-universidad-ciencia

Colombia | Más de 60.000 maestros marcharán en Bogotá http://www.eltiempo.com/vida/educacion/fecode-convoca-a-paro-de-maestros-en-bogota-88408

Tanzania: Bonus to Teachers Improve Learning – Twaweza

Recent study has shown that bonus paid on top of teachers’ salaries can help improve learning outcomes

Nigeria: Federal Secondary Education Commission  The federal government recently announced plans to establish a National Commission for Secondary Education in what it said is a strategic move to regulate and reposition secondary education in Nigeria. Minister of Education Malam Adamu Adamu disclosed this in Abuja on Monday last week when he received students of Nigeria Tulip International College, NTIC. The minister was elated that NTIC’s students had won 48 awards for Nigeria in mathematics, geometry and robotics at various international competitions

South Africa: Limpopo Parents Threaten School Shutdown Over Classroom Shortage. Parents of children at a high school near Polokwane have threatened to shut down schools in the Sekhukhune district unless the Limpopo education department builds more classrooms to end serious overcrowding

Kenya: Government Told to Release Free Education Funds

International student table 2017: top 200 universities

ActionAid: How governments are failing on the right to education=

Hong Kong educators call for parents to give revised TSA a chance amid ‘reduced’ drilling

Uganda: Teachers to Sign Commitment Letters In a bid to improve the declining education standards in Luuka, primary school teachers in the district will be compelled to sign a commitment agreement, senior district officials have said.

TEACHRights: Low cost private schools: School choice for the poor at the expense of quality?

South Africa: Man Hauls Six Schools to Court Over Religious Teachings in State School A Stellenbosch man is taking six schools to court over how far the institutions can go with teaching religion at state schools.

RESULTS Educational Funds: From free to fee – Are for-profit, fee-charging, private schools the solution for the world’s poor?

SchoolFunding.info: Michigan education groups file suit to block private school funding

CLADE: La educación es un servicio público y un bien común que no debe ser comercializado, señaló el Ministro francés Jean-Marie Le Guen

Secretario General: Cuestión del ejercicio efectivo, en todos los países, de los derechos económicos, sociales y culturales

UK overseas aid budget fraud levels do not seem credible, watchdog says

Democracy campaigner: governments are scared of the participation revolution

Uganda: Presidential Pledges to Education Sector Hit Shs 100 Billion

Liberia: Lack of Teachers Crippling Public Schools

USA: Day care licensing bill passes Alabama House

South Africa: The No-Fee School Where Parents Were Forced to Pay Fees

Uganda: Bridge Schools Submit 28 Academies for Licensing

Right to Education Index 2016 Data Now Live

Nigeria: Tambuwal Lauds Assembly for Passing Right to Education Law

Argentina | Por la confrontación política, se frena el debate de leyes sobre corrupción y educación

Ecuador: Maestros ecuatorianos obtuvieron 15 millones de horas en capacitaciones en el último período

Argentina | Preocupante: los docentes argentinos lideran un ranking global de ausentismo

Bermuda | Community brainstorms education solutions

México | Evaluación docente concluirá en 2027: INEE

Kenyan TSC introduces online appraisals

USA: Don’t Use Kindergarten Readiness Assessments for Accountability

India: 7 yrs on, RTI law yet be implemented in true spirit.

UK government under fire for failure to regulate aid contractors

UK: British support for Africa down as fears rise over transparency of aid spending

Belgium: La ligue des droits de l’enfant refuse la marchandisation de l’école 

From Free to Fee – Are For-Profit, Fee-Charging, Private Schools the solution for the world’s poor?

India: Low Cost Private Schools: School choice for the poor at the expense of quality?

France commits to act against commercialisation of education in international cooperation

Kenya: Teacher Union Official ‘Wants School Scandal Covered Up’ 

World Bank: What happens when you start with the results in mind?

Afghanistan: Violence, corruption threaten Afghan progress in getting kids to school

Pakistan: ‘No major intervention to implement right to education laws

India: Rethink on detention system at school-level

UAE: Best students in Dubai to get best private education

UK: Teaching crisis: learning the hard way

US: Higher fines for parents of truant school students won’t work, say …principals

UK : Two teachers unions have voted to merge to become a single “super union”

India: School management committee dissolved over poor meals

USA: Becoming a Teacher and a Leader in Today’s Classroom

India: Business of Teacher Education in Haryana

Morocco: Ecoles privées : Panique générale

Timo Mahn Jones (DIE): Accountability for development cooperation under the 2030 Agenda.

Singapore: Why high-flying Singapore wants more than grades

Sudan: Kordofan Teachers Boycot Examinations

USA: Opinion: How digital financial services can boost government accountability

Kenya: Teachers’ Union to Call for Strike If No New Teachers

Kenya: TSC Warns Schools Against Hiring Unregistered Teachers. 

USA:  Why Isn’t There a Uniform Process to Prevent Teacher Sexual Misconduct? 

USS: American Teachers Unions Oppose Innovative Schools—in Africa

US Senate Votes to Repeal Teacher Training Law

Hong Kong: Parents, teachers threaten to boycott ‘revamped’ primary school TSA tests

Australia: Plea to fix girlfriendly bias in Naplan testing

USA: Student Testing: “District Leadership in the New Era of Assessment”

Kenya: Crisis as half of trainees in teachers’ colleges fail exam

Uruguay: Docentes denuncian sobrepoblación en liceos y ya analizan medidas

How can media inspire accountability and political participation?.

USA: What happened when one school banned homework — and asked kids to read and play instead.

Sierra leone Low-Cost Private Schools a Success for Developing World Families

Uganda: 60 Schools Face Closure Over Standards

China: 3 math events to end after calls to cut student stress

South Korea: An Assault Upon Our Children: South Korea’s Education System …

Jamaica: Early Childhood Commission looking to certify 300 schools by 2019

USA: The New Preschool Is Crushing Kids

Trinidad: Parents, why were your children not in school?

Venezuela: Padres de familia se desligan de la educación de sus hijos

Argentina: Docentes argentinos no iniciarán clases por demandas salariales  

UK: workloads spark a crisis in teacher recruitment and retention

Finland: new oath for teachers introduced by union

Uganda: 23 Head Teachers Demoted Over Exams

Uganda: Pupils, Teachers Desert Govt Schools

USA: The war on Betsy DeVos is all about the teachers unions

Colombia: Gobierno se sentará a dialogar con maestros el próximo 9 de marzo

Tanzania: Education ministry to roll out public participation on new curriculum

GCPEA: France and Canada: 58th and 59th Countries to Endorse Safe Schools Declaration

Australia: The sad truth about education: it’s easier to blame someone else …

Haiti : RTE : La loi sur les frais scolaires promulguée en Haïti

Myanmar Govt launches national education plan

UNICEF : François Hollande annonce la signature par la France de la Déclaration sur la sécurité dans les écoles

South Africa: The Budget According to Students

Why global education rankings don’t reveal the whole picture Daniel Caro

USA: Arizona State Board of Education seeks public’s input on letter …

UK: Schools in England ‘to see first real-terms funding cuts in 20 years’

Hong Kong education chiefs stamp out study drills…

Education publisher Pearson reports biggest loss in its history

Liberia’s bold experiment in school reform (Bridge)

Kenya: Court upholds the closure of Bridge schools in Kenya.

Uganda: Teachers Accuse Uneb of Aiding Exam Cheating

FRANCE: Un scandale tranquille : des enseignants toujours aussi mal formés.

Tanzania: Panic As Tanzania Blacklists Over 8 000 University Students

UK: ‘Ofsted needs to realise that schools in poor areas can’t just be judged on test scores’

China: Piano lessons, maths classes and hours of homework … a weekend in the life of China’s stressed-out kids

China: Education chief is dodging his responsibilities

Liberia: Outsourcing Liberia’s Education System: A New level of Absurdity in Education Provisioning

UK: Teacher shortage getting worse, say MPs bbc.in/2m2fdUM

Zimbabwe: Headmaster Fudges Pass Rates

Hong Kong A spate of student suicides is forcing Hong Kong to confront its cutthroat school system

Argentina: Corrupción y desastre educativo

USA: New study finds DC CharterSchools & SchoolVouchers increase segregation: apartheid, & underserving poor

Tanzania: 4 Education Officers Held Over Sh100 Million Loss

Uganda: NGO Petitions Uganda Parliament Over Increased Tuition

Malawi: MANEB in anti exam cheating campaign

Uganda: Councillors Call for Privatisation of Universal Primary Education Schools

Uganda: Govt Mulls Banning Regular Tests in Schools

Rwanda: University of Rwanda Rises in World Ranking

Argentina: Polémica por la cantidad de docentes frente al aula


Chile: Chile’s School Voucher System: Enabling Choice or Perpetuating Social Inequality?

Kenya: Outspoken teacher unionist tells teachers to ignore TSC order to work on weekends http://www.nation.co.ke/news/education/sossion-tells-teachers-to-ignore-order-to-work-on-weekends/2643604-3809632-8s6cg6z/

Netherlands: Dutch government asked to explain backing of for-profit education

Kenya: Govt’s Pay Offer Inadequate – Kenyan Lecturers

Uganda: We Need Strong Accountability Mechanisms for Quality Education

UK: Ofsted inspections are unreliable by design.

UK: Who’s left: Will Progress 8 reduce incentives to lose low-attaining pupils?  Progress 8 is the ‘value added’ measure by which secondary schools are now being judged – it came into play from the 2015/16 academic year.

SouthAfrica: Civil society organisations launch Basic #Education Rights Handbook. bit.ly/2lfPNBZ

UK: Who’s left: How do pupils count in league tables, and how does our reweighting approach work?

Pakistan: Smart solutions to improve Pakistan’s education Supported by a GPE grant, the Sindh school monitoring system is the first digital system in the education sector in Pakistan that allows transparent and effective monitoring of staff, students and school infrastructure.

Tanzania: Chief Justice Urges Sustainable, Best Judicial Education

Bolivia: Urge reglamento ante violencia en las escuelas


Argentina: Uno de cada 3 docentes primarios estatales no cumple tareas educativas directamente en el aula http://www.lacapitalmdp.com/uno-de-cada-3-docentes-primarios-estatales-no-cumple-tareas-educativas-directamente-en-el-aula/

Uruguay: MEC exigió que el Parlamento apruebe ley contra violencia de género http://www.montevideo.com.uy/contenido/MEC-exigio-que-el-Parlamento-apruebe-ley-contra-violencia-de-genero-334404

Bermuda: Progress on Early Childhood Education http://www.royalgazette.com/news/article/20170210/house–progress-on-early-childhood-education

Jamaica: Gov’t to attempt introduction of teachers licensing again http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20170209/thronespeech-govt-attempt-introduction-teachers-licensing-again

NZ: The Education for All Forum has called on government to legislate for the right for every child and young person to an inclusive education in their submission to Parliament on Education Act changes.

WB: Quality education for all: measuring progress in Francophone Africa

Rwanda: Unqualified Teachers to Be Phased Out in a Year

Zimbabwe: Thousands Could Drop Out of School As Govt Fails to Pay Fees

Bolivia: Directores participarán en la evaluación de los estudiantes

Panamá: Beca universal para escuelas privadas, desde el año 2018

Zimbabwe: Education Pre-Bill Consultations End

Zimbabwe: Pupils ‘In Hospital After School Beating’ – Report

UK foreign aid fraud investigations ‘quadruple in last five years’

Turning higher education into a market is “neither desirable nor workable”, says chief economics commentator of FT. timeshighereducation.com/news/martin-wo…

Brookings: 6 lessons for using data to improve student learning in developing countries
UK: Parents win courtcase after charged for taking their child to Disneyland during termtime.

Tight budgets harm standards, says world school ranking boss bbc.in/2l4zNiL

Thailand: 679 schools fail basic education test

Thailand: Govt launches ’20-year strategic education plan’

Thailand: Teachers need relief from some burdens

Thailand; PM wants ethics test for students

Uganda: Secondary schools across the country are likely to drop their entry cut-off points for Senior Five following poor performance in the 2016 Uganda Certificate of Education [UCE] exams.

Uganda: Ministry Closes 100 Private Schools

Zimbabwe: Rural Teachers’ Union Says to Go On Strike Over Unpaid Bonus http://allafrica.com/stories/201702010042.html

Uganda: First Lady and Minister for Education and Sports Janet Museveni has said improving assessment is essential to improve the quality of education in Uganda.

Ghana: Use Reliable Data To Hold Officials Accountable

Spain: General Strike Against Education Law in Spain

Economist: Bridge International Academies gets high marks for ambition but its business model is still unproven

Uganda: Bridge Schools Fate

Pakistan is working to rescue an education system plagued by fraud through an innovative project utilizing mobile fingerprint biometrics.

David Hatch on Citiscope. “Citizen data can play a key role in monitoring the SDGs — by following a few rules.”

Economist: Emerging markets should welcome low-cost private schools

Philippines: Beware of unaccredited schools, parents warned

New rankings: The World’s Most International Universities 2017

Gulf news A major fault in private tuition

Egypt: Public education and private tuitions: A system of inadequacy

Kuwait to sack expat teachers giving private tuition

CHINA: Cramming schools under the spotlight

USA Can School Choice Work in Rural Areas?

USA: Atlantic: The Failing Grade for Tests

UK: Why new school performance tables tell us very little about school performance

Bigger buy-in on data disaggregation

Liberia: Bridge Students Demonstrate Over Delayed Payment of Teachers’ Salaries http://allafrica.com/stories/201701180639.html

Bangladesh: President slams private universities, says education now a business

Finlande : un vaste scandale de corruption entache le département de l’Education d’Helsinki

Kenyan court bars lecturers from striking Court Orders Lecturers Strike to Suspend Strike

Bangladesh’s plan to allow some child marriages is ‘step backwards’

Ghana: Begining from the 2016/17 academic year, all newly recruited teachers will have to be licensed before they will be allowed to teach.

Kenya: Only TSC qualified teachers to handle classes from 2017

Overworked UAE teachers quit in droves

India: Teacher questions education status report

India: Put the onus on teachers

Gems Education to expand in India and South East Asia School owner and operator Gems Education is planning to expand in India and South East Asia as it builds more low-cost schools with quicker building times.

USA: NPR: How The Systemic Segregation Of Schools Is Maintained By ‘Individual Choices’

Why For-Profit Education Fails – The Atlantic

The failing grade for tests. The Evaluation. How are schools held accountable?  http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/09/the-failing-grade-for-tests/498407/

Against Assessment: You Can’t Measure The Unmeasurable

India: Teacher arrested for blackmail, extortion

USA: How Standardized Testing Maintains Achievement Gap …

Kenya : Tough new rules to curb exam cheating

10 years in jail for those caught cheating in exams in Kenya – CCTV …

Afghan Watchdog: US Pays Millions for No-Show Teachers, Students

Nearly 1 in 4 Illinois teachers have 10-plus absent days The Republic

USA: Everyone Is Accountable For Public Education

USA: Test-based accountability: The best we can do?

USA: Teacher absenteeism related to failing school infrastructure

University rankings may be overlooking a key aspect

South Africa: Matric cheats let off the hook after two years of legal wrangling

South Africa: Stop the Education Blame game: http://mg.co.za/article/2016-10-28-00-stop-the-education-blame-game

Uganda: Auditor General’s Report Exposes Makerere Management Flaws http://allafrica.com/stories/201611040372.html

Tanzania: Govt Saves 930ml – From Ghost Students’ Pool http://allafrica.com/stories/201611100092.html

Uganda: Teachers Protest Removal of Hard-to-Reach Allowances http://allafrica.com/stories/201611100375.html

Uganda’s high court on Friday ordered Bridge International Academies (BIA) to close 63 schools. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/kenya-teachers-seek-uganda-ban-uk-backed-private-143102643.html?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTkRJNU9HRXlaV0prWkRrMSIsInQiOiIxS3h1VzV3dlZ5YTF2VVRsUlwvcUUySll6alJTUjJycGtDTU5xMndcL3N6WUd2N2V2UkZ2VTdpYTkrNFwvRmFVWFhGelg3MXBIZlZNSmdDXC81ditSZVZENmpyTGlXS3hxZXFMTUdoY3lVTGhsc0E9In0%3D

Uganda: MoE Uganda statement on Bridge Academies: https://ugandamediacentreblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/09/statement-on-bridge-international-academy/

Pakistan: Do donor agencies need to be accountable? http://tribune.com.pk/story/1097355/do-donor-agencies-need-to-be-accountable/?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWmpjM016RTVNMkkwTVRkbCIsInQiOiJ3NXh6K2NPbW4zMzZsWEZZamp5bVBza09HbG1Sb0NiWlNYcjhzSlNqR3IwelRlNWFEVkI1RGNWYk1cL3NwdzlyRERBQW8zWXZ4SWduWDVhSGdkRUVFVFA1Qzc0Ylo0SXh0Y3pDTThsVzVNaEU9In0%3D

Most aid donors are failing to meet their pledges on transparency, according to Publish What You Fund’s annual transparency rankings, released this week

Mexico : Se incrementa matrícula en escuelas privadas en


Oxfam highlights World Bank investments in companies linked to tax havens http://www.publicfinanceinternational.org/news/2016/04/oxfam-highlights-world-bank-investments-companies-linked-tax-havens?utm_source=Adestra&utm_medium=email&utm_term=

Transparency NGO slams Turkish government for stifling accountability http://www.publicfinanceinternational.org/news/2016/04/transparency-ngo-slams-turkish-government-stifling-accountability?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTjJaak9HWmtPRFpqTWpObSIsInQiOiJFQUU3YUNmXC9ZeWtYVndXNFkrK05MRmxsbXdFeHZYWXlMd09wXC9OV0FDV2djSXBHTFwvcThxTmZodEhybjN4VU56UjZyaHRGNlBKREZNalVDWDRHMFR4eEZ0UWxkczJnSzA3bnlQNEZCV0lnVT0ifQ%3D%3D

Report from the OECD on Governing Education in a Complex World. http://www.oecd.org/edu/governing-education-in-a-complex-world-9789264255364-en.htm

Why we must measure literacy at an early age, by the World Bank: http://blogs.worldbank.org/education/read-why-we-must-measure-literacy-early-age

Namibia: Unqualified Teachers Get a Break

Norrag maps education think tanks to see which are formed to specifically shape education policy or not: https://norrag.wordpress.com/2016/04/05/thinking-about-the-education-think-tank-phenomenon/

Why haven’t more Latin American countries joined EITI?

Natalie Sharples (Health Poverty Action) and Claire Thomas (Minority Rights Group) on Deliver 2030. “Disaggregated data: the only way to leave no one behind.

Liberia: Don’t Outsource Primary Education System http://allafrica.com/stories/201603280584.html

South Africa: ‘Ghost’ Pupils and Teachers Drain Education Finances http://allafrica.com/stories/201603230691.html?aa_source=nwsltr-education-en

South Africa: SA schools ‘hotspots’ for corruption – report http://mg.co.za/article/2016-03-09-graft-in-sa-schools-tops-corruption-reports

Hungary:  is considering reforms to its public education system, a senior official said on Tuesday, following three major protests in two months against the centre-right government’s centralised control over schools. http://www.euronews.com/newswires/3169605-hungary-mulls-education-reforms-after-string-of-protests-media/

How do school grants impact equity? http://www.globalpartnership.org/blog/how-do-school-grants-impact-equity

Will gender equality promises be kept? Accountability and the 2030 Agenda http://devpolicy.org/will-gender-equality-promises-kept-accountability-2030-agenda-20160314/?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRoksqjOdu%2FhmjTEU5z16egpXa%2B0hokz2EFye%2BLIHETpodcMTsNrMbnYDBceEJhqyQJxPr3DJNUN0ddxRhbkDQ%3D%3D

Corruption: moving beyond the obvious

India: Rajasthan to regulate private school fees http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/education/Rajasthan-to-regulate-private-school-fees/articleshow/51179296.cms

India: Delhi government increases reimbursement to private schools http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/education/news/Delhi-government-increases-reimbursement-to-private-schools/articleshow/51384087.cms

South Africa’s schools were a public sector corruption hotspot in 2015, according to a national corruption watchdog. http://www.publicfinanceinternational.org/news/2016/03/south-africa-schools-revealed-hotbed-corruption?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRoksqjMcu%2FhmjTEU5z16egpXa%2B0hokz2EFye%2BLIHETpodcMTsNrN7jYDBceEJhqyQJxPr3DJNUN0ddxRhbkDQ%3D%3D

El Salvador: Proponen crear ley contra el acoso escolar o “bullying” / proposal for new law against bullying in schoolhttp://www.laprensagrafica.com/2016/03/09/proponen-crear-ley-contra-el-acoso-escolar-o-bullying

Cuba: La educación privada en Cuba https://www.cibercuba.com/videos/noticias/2016-03-07-u65722-la-educacion-privada-en-cuba

Colombia: Las obligaciones públicas de la educación privada http://www.elespectador.com/opinion/obligaciones-publicas-de-educacion-privada

Liberia: Liberia Ministry of Education data utilization study: http://crowd360.org/liberia-ministry-of-education-data-utilization-study/

South Africa. Academics in South Africa have perhaps more responsibility than ever before.

USA: A New Era for the Battle Over Teacher Evaluations

Malawi: Malawi suspends recruitment of its trained teachers despite critical shortages nyasatimes.com/2016/03/08/mal…

The latest report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child on Haiti underlines the importance of free quality education and warns of the perilous effects of unregulated public-private partnerships https://documents-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/G15/046/17/PDF/G1504617.pdf?OpenElement

India: ASER India revamped for Deeper Insights

Illicit Financial Flows: Report of the High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows (HLPIFF).

Alex Johnson on Transparency International’s blog. “End corruption for a sustainable future.”

Nigeria: Nigeria sacks lots of university vice-chancellors: http://allafrica.com/stories/201602151356.html

Peru ; Estudiantes y colectivos peruanos marchan a favor de la educación


Dominican Republic : RD gastó RD$24 millones en las pruebas PISA


SINGAPORE: MOF calls for public feedback on upcoming Budget 2017


Ireland: We don’t have students any more – just customers


Canada: The world needs better data on education – and Canada can help


Chile : Los problemas que reveló Pisa en la enseñanza de la matemática en Chile


Panamá adaptará a su realidad el protocolo contra “bullying” de Costa Rica


South Africa: How the Department of Basic Education is failing South African schoolchildren


What went wrong for Bridge Academies in Uganda?


Aid groups fall short on disability commitments, advocates say


Mexico: Expect cuts to public education, key legislator says


Morocco: la gratuité de l’école publique fait débat


Jordan: ‘Disappointing’ test results challenge Jordan to reform education — Queen


China: Education in China means 77 hours a week for some kids


Niger: les enseignants dans la rue pour réclamer leurs arriérés de salaire


UK: Private schools plan 10,000 free places for low-income pupils


Germany : Germany among top European countries for education: PISA report


UK: Tories demand review of SNP’s flagship education reform after tumbling rankings


Desmontando PISA (2): La utilización política del ranking de PISA


France:  Marine Le Pen: no free education for children of ‘illegal immigrants’


Mali : Education : 7 syndicats d’enseignants en grève de cinq jours


Tunisia: Students on strike: Why Tunisia’s education reforms have run into trouble


South Africa: Outstanding school fees may not be used to withhold report cards – Education MEC


South Africa: Government Is Underfunding Higher Education By R120 Billion


UK: Pisa: Wales still worst in UK in world education tests


Spain: Three years on, Spanish science, reading and maths levels hold steady


UK UK schools fail to climb international league table

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2016/dec/06/english-schools-core-subject-test-results-international-oecd-pisaational league table

France: Stark inequality causes France to fall again in global education rankings


Long read: Does Pisa really tell us anything useful about schools?


Peru: Ministro de Educación destaca el avance de Perú en el informe PISA del 2015


Pruebas PISA: 5 cosas que América Latina debe hacer para mejorar su resultados en educación


Argentina Excluded from Global Education Ranking, Chile Leads LatAm


Pisa tests: Singapore top in global education rankings


In the world’s biggest education test, one small country has raced past all the others


PISA survey: best students in East Asia.


República Dominicana: Educación anuncia que el país obtuvo el último lugar en evaluación de rendimiento escolar


What the world can learn from the latest PISA test results


The Global Search for Education: Everything You Need to Know About PISA


Venezuela: Ejecutivo afirma que en Venezuela se garantiza la educación gratuita


USA THE WATCHDOGS: 1 in 4 CPS teachers miss 10 or more days a year: http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/the-watchdogs-1-in-4-cps-teachers-miss-10-or-more-days-a-year/

USA East Texas districts’ teacher absences below state, national rates: https://www.newsjournal.com/news/2016/nov/12/east-texas-districts-teacher-absences-below-state-/

GHANA Mahama lauds reduction in teacher absenteeism: http://pulse.com.gh/campus/education-in-ghana-mahama-lauds-reduction-in-teacher-absenteeism-id5746645.html

INDIA State govt. proposes school of governance: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Vijayawada/state-govt-proposes-school-of-governance/article9337179.ece

LESOTHO Simple iniciativa evitará ausentismo escolar de niñas en Lesoto: http://prensa-latina.cu/index.php?o=rn&id=40129&SEO=simple-iniciativa-evitara-ausentismo-escolar-de-ninas-en-lesoto

MEXICO Acusan EIPSD de Violar Ley de Ausentismo Escolar:   http://diario.mx/El_Paso/2016-10-17_4d19ab05/acusan-a-episd-de-violar-ley-de-ausentismo-escolar/

Argentina Cumplen el paro en las escuelas y los docentes tensan la cuerda: http://www.eldia.com/la-ciudad/cumplen-el-paro-en-las-escuelas-y-los-docentes-tensan-la-cuerda-179153

France Absentéisme scolaire : que risquez-vous ? http://www.letudiant.fr/college/absenteisme-scolaire-que-risquez-vous.html

France Gitans de Perpignan: le maire Jean-Marc Pujol veut «apporter la mixité au quartier Saint-Jacques http://www.lindependant.fr/2016/11/11/gitans-de-perpignan-jean-marc-pujol-veut-apporter-la-mixite-au-quartier-saint-jacques,2276226.php

Malawi: Catholic Education Commission sensitizes the youth on local governance issues:  http://www.nyasatimes.com/catholic-education-commission-sensitizes-youth-local-governance-issues/#sthash.g78kDEDC.dpuf

Malawi: District Education Manager faults  Mzimba South teachers for negligence: http://www.nyasatimes.com/district-education-manager-faults-mzimba-south-teachers-negligence/#sthash.ggBxzpjU.dpuf

Ireland: Education Bill may see pupils sitting on school boards


USA: Letter: High teacher absenteeism derails students’ progress


USA: Establecen Comisión de Educación


France: Education : pourquoi le classement Pisa fait tant de bruit


France: French students rank last in EU for maths, study finds


Spain: Guía para entender PISA, el examen de la educación que muchos citan y pocos comprenden


Brazil: Temer propone reducir el gasto en educación y los estudiantes toman escuelas y universidades


Australia: Poor Australia education ranking prompts soul-searching


Afghanistan: Afghan Taliban hang university student in public


Mali : L’année scolaire 2016 – 2017 menacée : Sept syndicats de l’Education en grève de 120 heures à partir de ce lundi


Cameroon: Education Problems – Government Takes Salutor


Morocco : annuler la gratuité de l’enseignement public, une idée qui ne passe pas


USA: Will Higher Education Be ‘Trumped’ by State Lawmakers?


UK: Academy schools breach transparency rules


Kenya: Education CS says stringent exam regulations will extend to marking

South Africa: Why Are South African Students Protesting?


Kenya: Exam Marking Will Be Fair and Credible – CS Matiang’i


Kenya; Exams marking ‘with military precision’


India: How AAP Govt Is Reforming The Education Sector In Delhi


China: School bullies punished for picking on girl


Bangladesh: Is primary education a fundamental human right for citizens?


Measuring learning – why we need to work together:


Help for kids the education system ignores


France: Le droit à l’éducation bafoué par certaines mairies

Nepal: MoE seeks suggestions on Education Regulations


USA: La Junta Escolar estatal reprobó su examen de rendición de cuentas


Zimbabwe’s higher education minister battles corruption probe


UK students protest planned university reforms. Students and lecturers criticise plans to rank universities and allow higher performing ones to raise fees.http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/11/uk-students-protest-planned-reform-universities-161118203640136.html

UK: Students and lecturers march against Tories’ education bill https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/nov/19/students-lecturers-march-tories-education-bill-brexit-eu

Zimbabwe: Child Rights Activists Call for Free Education


International community should not fail children


Ecuador: El libre ingreso y la gratuidad de la educación en Ecuador

Venezuela: Ejecutivo afirma que en Venezuela se garantiza la educación gratuita


GPE and @UNESCOstat are working together to support stronger learning assessment systems


USA THE WATCHDOGS: 1 in 4 CPS teachers miss 10 or more days a year: http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/the-watchdogs-1-in-4-cps-teachers-miss-10-or-more-days-a-year/

USA East Texas districts’ teacher absences below state, national rates: https://www.newsjournal.com/news/2016/nov/12/east-texas-districts-teacher-absences-below-state-/

GHANA Mahama lauds reduction in teacher absenteeism: http://pulse.com.gh/campus/education-in-ghana-mahama-lauds-reduction-in-teacher-absenteeism-id5746645.html

INDIA State govt. proposes school of governance: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Vijayawada/state-govt-proposes-school-of-governance/article9337179.ece

LESOTHO Simple iniciativa evitará ausentismo escolar de niñas en Lesoto: http://prensa-latina.cu/index.php?o=rn&id=40129&SEO=simple-iniciativa-evitara-ausentismo-escolar-de-ninas-en-lesoto

MEXICO Acusan EIPSD de Violar Ley de Ausentismo Escolar:   http://diario.mx/El_Paso/2016-10-17_4d19ab05/acusan-a-episd-de-violar-ley-de-ausentismo-escolar/

Argentina Cumplen el paro en las escuelas y los docentes tensan la cuerda: http://www.eldia.com/la-ciudad/cumplen-el-paro-en-las-escuelas-y-los-docentes-tensan-la-cuerda-179153

France Absentéisme scolaire : que risquez-vous ? http://www.letudiant.fr/college/absenteisme-scolaire-que-risquez-vous.html