A Yemeni teacher enters a school in Sanaa, Yemen, on Oct. 27, 2018. Education has been one of the biggest casualties of the war in Yemen. “More than 135,000 Yemeni teachers have not received their salaries in more than two years,” said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore in a press release on Oct.23.
Os professores das escolas públicas de Angola iniciaram hoje (09) uma nova greve geral de duas semanas convocada pelo Sindicato Nacional dos Professores Angolanos (Sinprof).
Habila — Schools in the area of Habila have faced a severe shortage of teachers since 2011, when war re-erupted in the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan.
The basic schools of Barkanda, Atou, and Kajala in Habila locality had to close their doors after the armed conflict between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North broke out in June 2011.
Six years ago, Ochwor Onak Okwier wasn’t sure if he was properly educating his students at this crowded refugee camp in northwestern Kenya. Today, two years after completing a teacher-training program, he’s more confident.
“Os professores decidiram a partir das primeiras horas desta terça-feira paralisar com as aulas em Angola, na sua segunda fase de greve, depois de já o terem feito nos dias 05,06 e 07 de abril, reivindicando dentre outras preocupações melhores condições de trabalho e reajuste do seu salário.”
Greece will hire hundreds of extra teachers to help thousands of migrant and refugee children join its public schools in the autumn, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Wednesday.
As várias acções formativas realizadas pelo Ministério da Educação são fundamentais para capacitação dos quadros do sector e elevara a qualidade de ensino e aprendizagem no país.
“Actualmente, o sector conta com um total de 35.500 professores, cinco mil dos quais não possuem formação psicopedagógica.”
“O Presidente da República, Jorge Carlos Fonseca, já promulgou o Estatuto da Carreira Docente, uma das principais reivindicações da classe, que aguarda agora que o diploma seja publicado “o mais rapidamente possível” pelo Governo”
South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, committed itself to the Education for All (EFA) goals and education Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and began collecting educational data in 2011. South Sudan has been working towards achieving these international education goals by making sure the Ministry of Education engages in a range of programmes with the aim of ensuring that all children in the country, by the time they complete primary school, are well equipped with basic reading and writing skills and are prepared for post-primary education.
Education is one of the best means to win our ongoing war against terrorist and extremist ideologies wreaking havoc on various parts of the region and threatening many parts of the world. This message was expressed by Her Majesty Queen Rania in her address to the second Teacher Skills Forum convened on the Dead Sea shores.
As violence escalates in Syria and large numbers of migrants risk their lives on journeys to Europe, we must remember what parents in war-time seek: a future for their children. Just as the global community has a responsibility to help house, clothe, and feed these children, we have a moral responsibility to use education to help them build a better future. We also have the knowledge to do this well.
‘The Role of Teachers in Peacebuilding’ is the latest literature review from the Research Consortium on Education and Peacebuilding. Carried out by a team of experts from the University of Sussex, the review explores the role of teachers in promoting peace, reconciliation, social cohesion and violence mitigation in countries affected by conflict. Teachers often play a central, but revealed role in peacebuilding. This is the crucial conclusion of the new literature review.
“O Sindicato Democrático dos Professores iniciou segunda feira uma greve com a duração de 30 dias coma finalidade de reivindicar os salários atrasados e aumento salarial entre outras reivindicações.”
“It is with utmost dismay that I learned of the airstrike on a teachers’ office in Amran, Yemen which killed 13 teachers, 4 children and injured 20 people on Tuesday night. The teachers were gathered afterhours to prepare exams for thousands of children who had missed the end of their school year because of the fighting.