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Latest articles 6.9.2021

Announcing a New Project Designed to Identify New Forms of Student Assessment

HundrED and the Jacobs Foundation announce the launch of a new project, the Formative Assessment: Improving Learning for Every Child Spotlight, which aims to understand how assessment can be used for the benefit of teaching and learning. The Spotlight is looking to select 10-15 innovations that are helping to transform assessment for the better. The deadline to apply is November 15th, 2021.
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20.8.2021
How Can We Boost Teachers’ Creative Confidence? Teachers Network Turkey Shares 3 Rules-of-Thumb
The pandemic made it visible that teaching is one of the most creative professions out there. Teachers developed innovative solutions for learning in ever-changing conditions. To celebrate teachers' c
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19.8.2021
10 Lessons on Building and Supporting Networks
In this collaborative article co-authored by HundrED Head of Growth Danny Gilliland and Abi Nokes from inHive, explore networks. Danny and Abi are on a life-long journey to learn and connect. They spe
Collaborative Learning Communication Community Partnerships Professional Development
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15.8.2021
Ethiopia Inaugurates New Speed School Unit to Reach Out-of-School Children
After a decade of observing and years of implementing the Speed School Program with the technical guidance of Geneva Global, implementation by civil society organizations, and financial support from a
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12.8.2021
HundrED Youth Ambassador Mawuenyefia Wisdom Amenyo Receives the Diana Award
In honor of International Youth Day, we would like to highlight the achievement of one of our HundrED Youth Ambassadors, Mawuenyefia Wisdom Amenyo. Mawuenyefia has recently been selected as one of thi
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2.8.2021
5 Key Actions for Overcoming Resistance to Education Reform
A cross-country investigation to uncover a “secret sauce” for implementing sustainable education reform explored the reform journeys of three nations—Finland, Portugal, and Canada—by asking one questi
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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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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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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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