Monthly Archives: May 2017

As Liberia Privatizes its Schools, An Unforeseen Result: Hungry Students

By Ashoka Mukpo, Freelance Journalist (*)  In a longer school day, students complain of hunger and drop out “As you can see, the green plum, everything is finished,” says Sinneh Binda, pointing to a tall mango tree. Towering over the … Continue reading

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The Education SDG and Leaving No One Behind: Training Teachers Matters

By Monica Mincu, University of Turin, Italy. A key role to promoting educational quality is played by teachers and thus it is important to note how much “training teachers matters” when it comes to achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4. … Continue reading

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