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Education for Girls in Africa

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Unesco Institute of Statistics is helping countries to fulfill their promises to fight gap between genders. They are separating by components all possible sex indicators, trying to produce parity indices and also is developing new indicators which are going to reflect better the inclusion for boys and of course girls. […]

Computers for Africa

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Computer Aid is an organization that helps schools in Africa build computer classes. They started in 1997 and since then, they helped more than 14 million people worldwide. Over 100 countries received 260 thousand computers and that enabled 1 billion hours of learning. They believe that technology is a necessity […]

Issues with education for disabled in Africa

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Education is very important thing in every grown up and child’s life, but there are people with special needs that require different education programs. Even here in Europe we have not reached the point where we can be proud that we made all education programs accessible to disabled people, but […]

Nelson Mandela and His Work in Education System

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Nelson Mandela was an amazing human being and I think we all heard something about him. He was first black president of South Africa and was in office for five years. Also, he fought for people’s rights. In this article you will be able to know little bit about his […]

The Principal Should Be More Valued in School

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A principal is the most important person in the school management. He/she is not just responsible for education, but also for personal development and growth of children and every matter relating to these kinds of issues. Schools are very different, not by the type of building or teaching personnel, but […]

Literacy in Africa

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Meaning of the word literacy is the ability to write and, of course, read – the base of learning. We learn not just at school or university, we are learning in every step of the life. When we are talking with other we get information, we remember it, we ask […]