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Les écoles rurales en France : les oubliées de l’inclusion ?
English / Français Par Jean-Luc Massalon, ex-directeur d’école, coordinateur d’Unités localisées pour l’inclusion scolaire (ULIS) avec la collaboration de Daniel April (Rapport GEM, UNESCO) L’inclusion n’existe que par manquement ; ce n’est que parce qu’on a au préalable exclu que l’on peut … Continue reading
Posted in access, emergencies, Out-of-school children Tagged access, out of school, rural schools 3 Comments
Rural schools in France: how inclusive are they?
English / Français By Jean-Luc Massalon, former school principal, coordinator of Localised Educational Inclusion Units (ULIS) with the collaboration of Daniel April (GEM Report, UNESCO) Inclusion doesn’t exist by default, it is only when someone is excluded that inclusion becomes … Continue reading
Posted in access, Disaster preparedness, emergencies, Out-of-school children Tagged access, out of school, rural schools 2 Comments
Education Progress – the GEM Report’s new online interactive tool exploring progress made towards SDG 4
To mark International Education Day, the Global Education Monitoring Report has launched a new online interactive tool, Education Progress. Available in seven major languages, the site brings together data from various producers, notably the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, to explore … Continue reading
Posted in access, data, Equality, Equity, Finance, Learning, monitoring, Quality of education, sdg, sdgs, Uncategorized Tagged access, equity, Finance, learning, monitoring, quality, SDG 4 3 Comments
Learning InEquality: An equality law approach to Education for All
Camilla Alonzo, Legal and Programmes Officer, Equal Rights Trust, an independent international organisation whose objective is to combat discrimination and advance equality as a fundamental human rights and a basic principle of social justice The statistics regarding the number of … Continue reading
Posted in Equality, Inclusion, right to education, Sustainable development, Uncategorized Tagged access, equality, Inclusion, inequality 2 Comments