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Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post.  Below, read today’s selection:

Quality Education for Sustainable Development – IGES policy brief produced by Paul Ofei-Manu and Robert J Didham from the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies on quality education as a priority in achieving sustainability and well-being for all. 209 more words

Resources

What’s Next for the Learning Metrics Task Force?

Written by Rebecca Winthrop, director of the Center for Universal Education and senior fellow at Global Economy and Development on the Brookings Education+Development blog 320 more words

Opinion

Spring has sprung. The grass has riz. I wonder what the AIMS game is?

As the ice finally starts to come off of the lakes and the grass finally begins to emerge from the mounds of snow, Nova Scotians can begin to hope that spring may finally be here. 1,460 more words

Public Education

A Final Word on Paul Bennett

About two years ago, in May of 2012, I sat down and penned what turned out to be the inaugural article for Frostededucation.com. The piece, which I had originally entitled “Paul Bennett: The Worm in the Apple” had been born out of the frustration of hearing Bennett comment upon education, seemingly every time I turned on the radio. 1,223 more words

Public Education

Online Quality Education – A Reflection

What does the term “quality education” mean to you?  Some of the characteristics of quality F2F classes may be:

  • Affordability
  • Accessibility
  • Excellent teaching/subject matter experts…
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The great Australian divide on education | Silvia Nuccio

‘Study hard, go to university and build your own path in life.’

This simple statement my parents constantly used reminded me of the importance of a quality education, and it is uttered in some form in homes all around Australia. 492 more words

Australia