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Country Lead, Enos Magaga, on Why We Should Focus on Girls’ Education

Learn more about HundrED Country Lead for Kenya, Enos Magaga is the STEAM learning Coordinator at BEADS for Education. He is a graduate of Moi-University Kenya, Africa with a major in Special Needs Education. He views quality education as vital to fighting poverty and the attainment of a successful life.
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26.6.2022
New report Says Formative Assessment is Critical to Improving the Quality of Education Globally
The Jacobs Foundation and Finnish education organisation HundrED have released a new report highlighting 14 formative assessment solutions that support teaching and learning. The report finds that fo
Assessment Community Partnerships
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6.6.2022
Country Lead, Kim Powell on her journey in education and giving students their own sense of ikigai
Country Lead for Australia, Kim Powell is the Learning Leader: Innovation for Lutheran Education in Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania. She works with schools to lead innovative practices around
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24.5.2022
Street Child and HundrED partner up to improve access to education for out-of-school children
Street Child, a non-profit organisation focusing on out-of-school children, and HundrED, a global mission-driven organisation specialising in K12 education innovation, joined forces and signed a partn
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23.5.2022
HundrED at the Wold Economic Forum: Education innovations move education systems
The World Economic Forum kicked off in Davos, Switzerland, yesterday. After two years of hiatus, the Forum is once again buzzing with global leaders and their world-changing ideas. HundrED’s co-founde
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10.5.2022
New report calls on policymakers to put social & emotional learning in the school curricula
The LEGO Foundation and Finnish education organisation HundrED have released a new report offering policymakers 8 tips on how to incorporate social & emotional learning into the national curriculum an
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Quality Education for All during Coronavirus

Health officials are currently taking steps to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) into communities across the world. The pandemic situation is affecting the lives of many students, families & communities. This special collection is collecting stories and solutions from schools around the world doing their best for students.
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1.4.2020
Andreas Schleicher Calls For International Collaboration & Entrepreneurial Teachers Amidst COVID19
We recently spoke with Andreas Schleicher, the Director for Education and Skills, and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the (OECD) on the impact of COVID19 pandemic. In t
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26.3.2020
“Social Distancing” is the Wrong Phrase
Physical distancing is necessary to avoid spreading the germs; I know that by “social distancing,” experts mean not getting too physically close to one another, especially in crowded places. But what
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13.5.2020
How to Provide Quality Education for All During Crises: 10 Concrete Steps
It is fair to say that no one was prepared to reorganise education at scale during the COVID-19 crisis. What could countries have done differently? What have we learned? And how can we be better prepa

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