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  • Where it's needed most: Quality TPD

    New publication highlights the need to improve teacher professional development in crisis situations.

  • Request INEE Materials

    INEE tools are available free of charge in a variety of languages, including English, Spanish, Arabic, French and Portuguese.

  • INEE Toolkit Survey

    The Toolkit survey deadline is March 13th. Let your voice be heard!

  • Ebola crisis profile

    Read about the impact of the Ebola crisis in West Africa on education, and the ongoing response. (Photo: John Moore/Getty)

  • 3 steps to CSE

    New infographics illustrate the 3 steps of conflict sensitive education and why conflict sensitive education matters.

  • Protecting schools during conflict

    New international guidelines from the GCPEA address an insidious gap in protecting education during war.

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