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Bangladesh
Interview of OERinfo with Mostafa Kamal, Bangladesh Open University, about the challenges of education in Bangladesh. Open Educational Resources (OER) are important for accessibility to education.

international
The organisation Open Education Global was created in 2008 under the name of "OpenCourseWare Consortium". It then had a focus on courses and course material that is freely accessible. Starting in 2014, the organisation changed its goals and began focussing on Open Education in general. OEG has more than 200 member institutions worldwide. Its website provides information on [...]

Central America; Latin America; South America
With its portal SIETAL (information system on educational trends in Latin America), the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) provides information on inclusion and educational justice. You will find the original documents of political measures and legal regulations concerning inclusion and educational justice for all countries in Latin America. In [...]

Latin America
[The English article is not available in Open Access. Nevertheless, you can find a Spanish version free of access and free of charge] This artcile provides a comparative analysis of inclusive education in different countries in Latin America (as of 2009). The analysis is based on a series of documents published as part of the 48. International Conference on Education by [...]

Mexico
Website of the national Mexican network for inclusive education and family. The website mainly provides information on its vision, mission and objectives as well as on the members of the six thematic areas including their contact emails. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Chile
Website of the "Research Centre for Inclusive Education" in Chile. Several universities participate in the work of the centre. The website provides information on the centre\'s 9 thematic research areas, on publications and some fulltexts. Furthermore, a short introduction into the centre\'s work is provided in English. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Latin America; South America
This is a list of results from the World Bank\'s publications\' database / repository. The publications are available in open access and for free. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

international
Starting in 2020, this new website by Unesco provides education profiles of countries worldwide with a focus on the respective themes of the Global Education monitoring Report (GEM Report). The first theme is inclusion. Forthcoming themes include equitable finance and provision and regulation of non-state actors in education, the latter of which is the theme of the 2021 GEM [...]

international
Only the English publications are listed here. For ther languages you have to reste the filter. The Unesco Digital Library provides access to publications, documents and other materials either produced by Unesco or pertaining to Unesco’s fields of competence. Most of them are accessible online for free. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

international
Paul Prinsloo from the University of South Africa points at the risk of seeing patterns where none actually exist when analysing big data. These assumed patterns may then lead to personalised assessments, curricula and the allocation of resources in education, although they might be incorrect. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Switzerland
This Education Portal offers an extensive list of vocational training and adult education topics and providers (including commercial ones). Course information can be requested via a web form directly from the provider (in German). In addition, numerous tools for educational advice are offered.

Latin America
This English Wikipedia article is based on Chapter 3. "Inclusive Education 2030: Issues and implications for Latin America". In: Youth and changing realities. Rethinking secondary education in Latin America (2017). It gives a short overview over the following aspects of inclusive education in latin America: 1 Combining traditional programmes with new approaches 2 Focusing [...]

Jordan
For a long time now, Jordan has been hosting refugees from other countries. The Syrian refugees have become the biggest refugee community during the last years. Among them, there are many school-aged children. This website documents challenges and solutions about how to organise the schooling of these children. One major solution was the introduction of the socalled "double [...]

international
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides analyses of higher education, science and research for countries all over the world. The analyses are available in German only. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

international
As an interactive online tool the UNESCO eAtlas for Education 2030 presents worldwide statistical information which is collected to achieve the aims the Education 2030 Framework for Action has set. Users can individualize and combine the data given to the different sub-targets, draw up excel-files or graphical maps, and finally download and share it.

international
The Centre for Disability Law & Policy located at the National University of Ireland (NUI Galway) provides a bibliography of scientific journals with a focus on disability. A website for the respective journal is provided if available. The journals are classed by themes: A: Disability Studies B: Disability Area Studies (e.g., Europe) D: Intellectual disability E: [...]

international
Unesco main website about the issue of inclusion in education. On the right hand side, you will find publications, guidelines, toolkits and "Ten questions on inclusive education". On the left hand side, there are introduction to different groups that traditionally suffer from exclusion (Roma Children, Street Children, Child Workers, People with Disabilities, Indigenous People, [...]

international
The Salamanca Statement was a result of the "World Conference on Special Needs Education: Access and Quality, Salamanca, Spain, 7-10 June 1994". It is a major international policy document, outlining the global consensus on the needs for educational reform and the policies and strategies needed to include disabled children in the education system. The document is available [...]

Kenya; Morocco; India; Argentina
German website about the documentary "On the way to school" ("Sur le chemin de l\'école") by French director Pascal Plisson. The documentary follows children aged 11 to 13 on their way to school in Argentina, Morocco, India and Kenya. Besides the main topic of safety and length of their way to school, the documentary also shows aspects of educational equity and chances, [...]

India
The website provides ample information on Indian statistics, initiatives, programmes, events, laws etc. to fulfill the Education for All goals. Eduaction for all is based on a declaration made during the "World Conference on Education for all" 1990 in Jomtien. The declaration contains several educational goals to be achieved on a worldwide scale until 2015. Unesco is the [...]

India
The Distance Education Council (DEC) shall function to strive for coordinated development of learner-centric open and distance learning (ODL) systems and ensure high quality of education. Therefore it provides development funding to open universities and distance education institutions and an information base of all the Open and Distance Learning Institutes of the country. [...]

Bermuda; United Kingdom
The Community Education and Development Programme remains committed to the empowerment of the people of Bermuda of all ages; youth, adults and seniors. It presents a variety of course offerings to assist in the growth and development of a culture of life-long learning. The Programme provides community based solutions to community based problems through a diverse range of [...]

international
[This website has become an archived site. For new content please visit the new website under oeglobal.org]. OpenCourseWare Consortium is a community of more than 200 institutions of higher education and associated organisations that aim at promoting courses and course material that is freely accessible online. The website offers a search over more than 6,000 courses [...]

international; United States
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is considered to be one of the pioneers of the Open Courseware / Open Educational Resources Movement. Since 2002, it publishes all of its courseware online and freely accessible. You can search courses by topic, course number or Department. There is one restriction, however, concerning the acquisition of the course literature. [...]

international
The website provides information on the centre\'s past OER activities between 2007 and 2014. It provides information and access especially on two studies conducted by the centre in 2007 and 2012. The 2007 CERI project aimed at analysing "the scale and scope of initiatives regarding \'open educational resources\' (OER) in terms of their purpose, content, and funding." In 2012, [...]

international
The Cape Town Open Education Declaration was based on a meeting of international, leading personalities in the field of Open Education. The meeting was organised by the Open Society Institute and the Shuttleworth Foundation in 2007 in Cape Town. The declaration calls upon actors in politics, education, publishing, research and others to engage in the promotion of freely [...]

international; Ireland
The School of Education has a focus on the following topics: * Sports Studies and Physical Education (SSPE) Home * Early Years and Childhood Studies Section * Science Education Section * PDE (Post-Primary Teaching) * Postgraduate Diploma in Special Education Needs (SEN) There are currentlich three bigger research projects: * Multiple [...]

international; Ireland
The School of Education was founded in 1909. Amongst others, it has a focus on gender and education. Furthermore, people are working on areas as diverse as the sociology of childhood, psychology, gender & education, the history of education, education & disadvantage, curriculum design & development, children\'s literature, teachers and teaching, philosophy of education, [...]

France
A website provided by the French Ministry for Education under President Hollande and Minister for Education Peillon about the planned comprehensive educational reform in 2012 / 2013 (called "Refondons l\'école" or also "Concertation sur la refondation de l\'école"). The website offers a lot of information on the different steps of the process towards the reform, as well as [...]

France
The webseite of the Fédération des Parents d\'Elèves [de France] (French Parents\' Association) offers articles, campaigns and opinions on the planned educational reform of 2012 / 2013 under French President Hollande and Minister for Education Peillon.

international
The website offers information on a conference about global learning through the Internet and web 2.0 / social media. You will find an e-book with the papers and a summary of the discussions at the conference as well as further information like materials for workshops etc. The website was built up in the context of a conference organised by students of online journalism at the [...]

Honduras
The Centre for Active Education (CEA) supports the integral development of every student by an adaptive pedagogical offer, which adds up to an appropriate teaching-learning-offer. In the CEA, the teaching-learning-process is seen as an active operation, education is therefore adapted to the profil of every pupil.

Uruguay
The education portal "Uruguay Educa" provides, in a broad and efficient form, an entity of pertinent, qualitative resources to the education community which correspond to the study plans of the Administración Nacional de Educación Pública (ANEP) by using the accessibility of the internet. Furthermore it serves as an access point to digital education services.

Ecuador
EducarEcuador is an education portal of the ministry of education. It is a working basis which supports all pedagogic issues of the teaching staff on the level of early education, basic education and secondary education. The portal is a virtual space which allows teachers to participate actively in learning processes and thereby contribute to the qualitative improvement of the [...]

Guatemala
The National Literacy Committee (CONALFA) was founded through the execution of the alphabetization process as superior organ. Its main task is to define and to certify policies and strategies of the national alphabetization process as well as to foster alphabetization through development entities on a national level. For this purpose, CONALFA promotes the development of [...]

Bolivia
Educación Sin Fronteras is a non-governmental, independent, laic and non-profit development organisation which consists of persons which participate actively in the challenge to effect a more just and more solid education in which the values of equity, democracy and respect of diversity prevail. The organisation was founded in 1988 by a group of professionals of education [...]

Bolivia
The non-profit association `Youth - Education - Help in Bolivia` is the result of an initiative of teachers on a Bolivian-German model school in Sucre, Bolivia, and its friends and members in 1964. Its intention is to offer complementary education measures to the existing school system, but especially for the underpriviledged country population.

Algeria; Bahrain; Egypt; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Jordan; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Morocco; Oman; Palestinian Autonomous Areas; Qatar; Saudi Arabia; Syria; Tunisia; United Arab Emirates; Yemen; North Africa
World Bank report on the progress of education reforms in the MENA countries (Middle East and North Africa), as of 2008.

Tunisia
The French-language Wikipedia entry on education in Tunisia presents the educational system of the country, from infancy to adult education. It also provides an overview of the educational reforms since the 50s and a number of links.

Colombia
Educación - Compromiso de Todos is a private iniciative which was founded in 1998 by the UNICEF, several foundations and the Universidad de los Andes as well as the Universidad del Norte. The project contributes to the guarantee of an education as human right on the principles of equality and quality. Starting points for its activities are the government, society as well as [...]

Colombia
The Virtual Information Centre (CVN) was founded in 2006 to disseminate the topic `education` in the Colombian agendas and media and to motivate the different actors of the education system to contribute to this task. The CVN was an information, dissemination and communication organ of the education sector on local, regional, national and international level. In June 2010, the [...]

Colombia
The portal Colombia Aprende is an access and meeting point of the Colombian education community with qualitative contents and services which contribute to the maintenance of equity and to the improvement of education in the country. The portal was created on May 24th, 2004 and takes part in the project `New Technologies` of the National Ministry of Education, furthermore, it [...]

Colombia
The Cooperation Network for Education, Investigation and Development Institutions of Colombia (UNIRED) is a non-profit organization with the objective to operate telematic networks and related services directly or indirectly and to develop strategies for the consolidation of a culture of informatic systems and networks of the Colombian society to achieve a better use of the [...]

Cuba
On its website, CubaEduca, the Cuban Education Portal, offers elaborate information on the Cuban education system and on the different branches of study as well as links to educational websites as education TV, information centres etc. and to pedagogical journals. A news section informs about current educational activities in Cuba.

Argentina
The Encuentro Channel is the first TV channel of the ministry of education of Argentina. It functions within the framework of Educ.ar Sociedad del Estado. Encuentro was founded in May 2005 and has begun its transmission in March 2007. The channel directs itself to the whole public and constitutes at the same time an important tool for the education community. It is a federal [...]

Argentina
PAKAPAKA is a public education channel of the ministry of education which adresses its program to children of Argentina respectively Latin-America. Its contents orient themselves on education and entertainment and are open for the culture of all sectors of Argentina and other countries. The channel is supported by the knowledge gathered by the child program of Canal Encuentro [...]

Argentina
Eduguia.net is a web site which offers the following educational information: a.) A wide range of links to sites which offer encyclopedic contents which deal with educational fields. There are links for teachers of children from 1 to 11 years as well as from 12 to 17 years. Students may also find convenient information. b.) A listing of educational institutions: [...]

Latin America; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Chile; Ecuador; El Salvador; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Dominican Republic; Uruguay; Venezuela; Spain
The Latin-American Network of Educational Portals (RELPE) was founded in August 2004 in an agreement of the ministers of education of 16 Latin-American countries. Those countries constitute RELPE with their respective autonomous, national, public and free portals. The principles of RELPE are that every country maintains its own portal in accordance with the education project [...]

Burundi
Burundi Education Fund, Inc. is a charitable organization formed to provide materials and financial support to students and schools in extreme poverty in Burundi, Africa. The fund’s ultimate goal is to help children remain in school and eventually become self-reliant adults, leading to a break in the cycle of excessive poverty in their families.

Peru
Since 1981, the Pukllasunchis Association in Cusco (Peru) works in the field of education and fosters the respect for diversity and co-existance which is based on mutual benefit of persons and groups. The Asociación Pukllasunchis is a non-profit organisation which works to generate proposals which ameliorate the situation of the public education system. To be able to do this, [...]

international
USAID is an independent federal government agency that receives overall foreign policy guidance from the Secretary of State. Its Work supports long-term and equitable economic growth and advances U.S. foreign policy objectives by supporting economic growth, agriculture and trade, global health and democracy, conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance. USAID provides [...]

Peru
The Peruvian Institute of Evaluation, Accreditation and Certification of the Quality of Basic Education (IPEBA) is a public, autonomous institution which is part of the National Evaluation, Accreditation and Certification System of Quality Education (SINEACE). Its main task is to guarantee the quality and permanent improvement of pulic and private colleges and technical [...]

Malawi
Mzuzu University was enacted by the Parliament of Malawi in May 1997 and admitted its first degree students in January 1999. The university´s departments are: Education, Environmental Sciences, Information Sciences and Communications, Health Sciences, Tourism and Hospitality Management.

Peru
The National Forum for `Education for All` was created by governmental institutions and civil-society organisations as a multisectorial commission of the education sector to integrate the public and private efforts in the world education forum Dakar-Senegal which is organised by the UNESCO. One of the main objectives of the forum was the formulation and elaboration of the [...]

Peru
The Regional Directorate of Education of the region Ancash was founded in 2003. As specialized organ of the regional government, it is responsible for the education service in its region. It maintains technical-normative relations with the ministry of education. The task of the directorate is the promotion of education, culture, sports, leisure, science and technology. It [...]

Peru
Coherencia is a political pedagogical institution which debates about problems and opportunities of the country. It was founded by and for citizens to achieve the productive transformation of persons and institutions through vocational training, participation and an impact on society. Coherencia consists of two independent organisations: the project Coherencia, which was [...]

Peru
The Direction of Educational Research, Supervision and Documentation (DISDE) is a specialized organ of the ministry of education which is charged with the promotion and implementation of the research which can serve as basis for the development of a qualitative educational supply, as well as with the supervision and the verification of the efficiency of this supply which is [...]

Chile
The State universities of Chile have organized a consortium to create an authority, which ensures coordination, cooperation and complementation between the universities. Problem areas of public politics are identified and analysed, joint academical, administrative and economical programs are developed and the common use of available resources is organised by the consortium. [...]

Romania
The Centre for Innovation in Education (TEHNE Romania) is an organization aiming to support educational initiatives through projects and programs covering areas of elearning, ICT in education, curriculum development, education for democratic citizenship, lifelong learning, and in-service teacher training.

Romania
UNICEF partners with government and non-governmental organisations (NGO) to ensure that the basic learning needs and potential of all child ren are met, and to build the capacity of schools and authorities to assist children, especially those from vulnerable communities. The website presents UNICEFs activities in Romania. Under the categories "The Children" > "Early [...]

Romania
This website offers short full texts with information about the Romanian education system, the status of Romanian education in the world as well as about a ranking of the best Romanian universities and about other education-related contents.

Romania
BPP is Europe’s largest professional education group. It has gained global experience in it\'s 30 years of existence, and 12 years in Romania (state: 05.2011). BPP trains and publishes study materials for more professional education qualifications and professional development programmes.

Dominican Republic
Due to the high analphabetism in diverse regions of the Dominican Republic, the Dominican Education Radio (RED). Its goal is to help children and adults of regions with a high rate of analphabetism and in which normal education is difficult to apply, to a basic education through radio.

Ghana
The Ghana International School is a not for profit organization registered under Ghanaian law as a company limited by guarantee. Its income is mainly from fees, although contribution from an active Parent-Teacher Association, alumni and well wishers provide an addition. Fiscal policy is determined by the Board of Directors. The company Regulations provide for a Board of [...]

Rwanda
Foundation Rwanda\'s mission is to provide funding for the secondary school education of children born from rape during the 1994 genozide, to link their mothers to existing psychological and medical support services and income generating activities, and create awareness about the consequences of genozide and sexual violence through the use of photography and new media.

Uganda
The mission of the Uganda Education Project is to provide funds, materials, and human assistance for the education, care and maintenance of the orphans and vulnerable children of Uganda. In furtherance of this mission, the UEP as a charitable organization will maintain the lowest possible administrative costs ensuring that all goods, funds and services are delivered optimally [...]

Uganda
The Education Department equips the people with knowledge, attitude, values, and skills for Christian living. Its goal is to empower the Church for the provision of holistic education services. The Education Department oversees 55 Pre-primary Schools, 4,904 church-founded Primary Schools, 460 Secondary Schools, 50 post-Primary schools, including Vocational Training Schools, [...]

Uganda
Somero empowers young people in Uganda through education. Due to the inequality of the sexes, the focus of Somero is on the support of girls and young women. Somero awards educational scholarships to young Ugandans who pursue their dream of education with high motivation, but cannot realize it because of a lack of money or family support. By obtaining the comprehensive [...]

United States
ESCORT is a national resource center located at the State University College of New York at Oneonta since 1986. It is dedicated to improving educational opportunities for all students, with expertise in serving highly mobile and at-risk populations, specifically children of migrant farmworkers, English learners, homeless students and struggling readers. ESCORT provides [...]

Uganda; Germany
The association Tukolere Wamu incorporated society is active in Uganda as well as in Germany. In Uganda, it plans, supports and realizes projects which serve the help for self-help, the promotion of education and upbringing, the formation, further education and continuing education, the improvement of the live situation for certain socially weak groups, the promotion [...]

Uganda
The Uganda Association of Private Vocational Institutions (UGAPRIVI) is an umbrella organization for Private Training Institutions formed to improve the quality and the image of private vocational institutions, and to strengthen this educational sector as a whole. Its main aim is to foster collaboration between private training institutions throughout the country and to [...]

Cameroon
The Cameroon Association for the Protection and Education of the Child (CAPEC) is a non-governmental, not for profit organization. Since its inception in 2002, the organization has been working with children/youths, parents, government bodies and intergovernmental bodies in the promotion of community welfare. It works to identify the needs of the child, especially the rural [...]

Cameroon
The Cameroon Education Corporation (CEC) is a recognized non-profit organization founded in 1997 in Nashville, Tennessee and now based in Buea, Cameroon. This organization was created for the purpose of fundraising to build the Children’s Reading Corner Library, the CRC Remedial Nursery & Primary School (CRC.Rem) in Buea. CRC. Rem provides pre-nursery, nursery, and [...]

Austria
The Austrian Federal Institute for Adult Education (bifeb) is part of the Ministry of Education, Art and Culture and is dedicated to the principles of lifelong learning and the equal access to education. The close national and international cooperation with affiliate organisations of adult education and other research institutions ensures the professionalisation of continuing [...]

Africa
The objectives of the African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES) are the promotion of the understanding and the solidarity of the member countries, the establishment of a permanent cultural and scientific cooperation between the member countries, to collect and distribute all the university and research documents; statistics, exam information, directories, [...]

Morocco
The committee for the support of the school enrolment of rural girls (CSSF) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998. The association works on national level for the promotion of the complete school enrolment in all education levels of rural girls. The CSSF supports and initiates actions which aim at the quantitative and qualitative amelioration of the educational offer [...]

Morocco
USAID’s strategy for education programming reflects unique niches for youth assistance and is based on a two pronged approach. The first prong will target in-school youth through improvements to education quality and relevance aimed at the crucial middle school years in an effort to enhance educational attainment and stem the tide of youth dropping out of school. The [...]

Morocco
The Association works for the preservation of human dignity, the respect for all human rights in their universality and their globality and for the protection, the defense and the promotion of these rights. The Moroccan Association of Human Rights (MAHR) aims notably: - To raise awareness, diffuse and educate on human rights. - To Work for ratification by Morocco of all [...]

Austria
The sphere of competence for education and labour market of the IWI carries out studies and reports about the themes "educational system and - policy", "formation and further education", "entrepreneurship", "labour market" and "gender mainstreaming". A focal point of research deals with the problematic of disadvantaged target groups in advanced vocational training and [...]

Morocco
Very few girls from rural communities in Morocco get the opportunity of continuing their education after primary school. To help tackle this, Education For All, a Moroccan NGO, is building and running girls’ boarding houses near secondary colleges, allowing some girls from rural families to continue their education. The homepage informs about current and past projects and [...]

Morocco; United States
The website of Fulbright - International Educational Exchange Program contains informations for Moroccans who want to study in the United States as well as for Americans who want to study in Morocco. Listings of related programs in both countries as well as of contact persons can be found.

Togo
This website presents activities which the PNUD realizes in Togo as well as objectives it wants to achieve. Furthermore, there are an overview of Togo and publications concerning education and the promotion of development.

Denmark
The website "studyindenmark" provides information about study programs (programs taught in English, summer schools etc.), a link list of Danish education institutions including a list of their courses of studies as well as links to their homepages, progress reports of foreign students, indications about tuition and scholarships as well as a categorie for student life in [...]

Netherlands
This homepage grants access to an overview of the economy, politics, culture etc. of the Netherlands. The category "Bildung" contains information about Dutch schools in Germany, international school in the Netherlands, a list of the Dutch universities including links to their homepages as well as links about studies in the Netherlands. Furthermore, information about [...]

Luxemburg
The task of the ministry of national education and vocational training is the planning and the administration of education available in Luxemburg, except for higher education which is the responsibility of the ministry for culture, higher education and research. Over links on the homepage, comprehensive descriptions of the educational environment of Luxemburg as well as [...]

Kosovo
The website of the Kosovan Ministry of Education, Science and Technology outlines the pre-academic and the academic education system as well as the vocational education. Different links lead to international partnership projects and to cognizant contact points. In addition, educational laws and regulations, administration instructions and publications can be found.

Ivory Coast
The Ivorian agency Agefop operates in the field of professional education and promotion. It addresses unemployed, handicapped, and people without a school education to support them in finding an opportunity to get a better professional qualification by continuing education or retraining. Therefore, the Agefop offers on its website information about its current projects and [...]

Ivory Coast
The Ivorian institute IPNETP aims at qualifying trainers for vocational education combined with the wish for pedagogical and technological research activity. The website informs in detail about initial study courses and further education for future trainers.

United Kingdom; England; Wales
In 2016, the ‘National Institute of Adult Continuing Education’ (NIACE) and the ‘Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion’ (CESI) formed the new \'Learning and Work Institute\'. This policy and research organisation is dedicated to lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion. Thematical areas include \'Life and Society\', \'Work and Careers\', \'Improving the [...]

Australia
ACPET is the Australian Council for Private Education and Training - the national industry association for independent providers of post-compulsory education and training, for Australian and international students, including: higher education, vocational education and training, English language courses, senior secondary studies, foundation studies.

Canada
CanLearn Interactive is an initiative of the department of Human Resources Development Canada, and is governed through the participation of all provinces, territories and over 25 Canadian learning and career development organizations. The website is a one- stop web-based resource providing information, products and services to help Canadians decide what and where to study and [...]

Canada
AANDC is one of the federal government departments responsible for meeting the Government of Canada´s obligations and commitments to First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and for fulfilling the federal government\'s constitutional responsibilities in the North. The section on education informs about education programmes and the development of a First Nations Education Act.

Canada
Inforoute FPT calls itself the premiere website for Vocational and Technical Training (VTT) in Québec. The site covers many dossiers of the ministry of education and offers a multitude of products and services directly related to the field of education. You can mainly find information on vocational and technical training programs, such as program content and admission [...]

France
"Priority education" is a French focus programme in educational policy that has its origins in the 1980ies and that led to the socalled "priority education areas" (ZEP). The aim of the programme was a greater equity in educational opportunities, especially for socially disadvantaged children. The official website for this programme provies background information on the [...]

international
The United Nations Girls' Education Initiative (UNGEI) was launched in April 2000 at the World Education Forum in Dakar by former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Its goal is to narrow the gender gap in primary and secondary education and to ensure that by 2015, all children complete primary schooling, with girls and boys having equal access to all levels of [...]

Switzerland
The Swiss Distance University Institute is the only institute recognised as a distance learning university in Switzerland and has been offering an extensive range of distance learning courses since 1992. The structure of the courses is in line with the Bologna Directives and the degrees are equivalent to those of traditional Swiss universities.

international
The International Bureau of Education (IBE) is the UNESCO institute specializing in educational contents, methods and structures. Its overall mission is to contribute to the attainment of quality Education for All (EFA). To this end, the IBE builds networks to share expertise on curriculum development in all regions of the world, and aims to introduce innovative approaches in [...]

Sweden
The website informs about the folk high school system and the courses offered. The English website provides information about admission for foreign learners.

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