Why Schools Become Battlegrounds During Conflict

  By Shireen Daft, Macquarie University Last month, more than 100 girls who had been abducted by the Islamic militant group Boko Haram from a Nigerian school in Dapchi in February were released to their families. But the community was also threatened that if the group returned and found any girls in school, they would […]

NZ: Experiences of Maori & Pacific Children in Schools

  Few things affect children’s lives more than their educational experiences. Attending school is the greatest commitment children make outside of their homes. Report: Education Matters to Me: Key Insights A great teacher, a supportive and involved family, and friends. Simple enough, right? These are the ingredients that children in Aotearoa New Zealand identified as key […]

Pacific Region: NZ and Australia’s Five Year Partnership to Support Education

Pacific Region – New Zealand  and Australian governments, together with the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) have formalised a 5 year commitment totally more than $20 million with the regional agency, Pacific Community (formerly known as the Secretariat of the Pacific Community or SPC) to support quality education in the Pacific region. The five year […]

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