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One Laptop Per Child
Una Laptop por Niño (One Laptop per Child) aims to transform Peruvian education by improving equity and quality of life for Peruvian children, beginning in rural areas where the quality of education has traditionally been poor.
Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA)
TESSA has been successfully creating and disseminating Open Educational Resources (OER) to support teacher education across Sub-Saharan Africa since 2005.
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood
Child Care Services Association (CCSA) recognized many years ago that in order to provide quality early care and education services, the education, compensation and retention of the early childhood workforce would need to be addressed.
History that Connects
In the 1990s, the wars in the countries of Former Yugoslavia disrupted life in the region immensely. After peace agreements were signed, communication and mutual understanding between the different societies had to be rebuilt. How to teach history became a formidable challenge...
Seeds of Empowerment
Seeds of Empowerment (SoE) is a global non-profit 501 organization and Stanford University Graduate School of Education spin-off, dedicated to reaching the unreached, educating and empowering with innovative mobile-learning solutions.
IMC Weekend School
IMC Weekend School, founded in 1998, offers supplementary education for children aged 10 to 14 in underprivileged neighborhoods in the Netherlands...
Rewrite the Future / Save the Children
Children caught up in armed conflict or natural disasters tell us that what they want most - alongside medicine, food and shelter - is to go back to school.
Escuelas del Bicentenario
Escuelas del Bicentenario seeks to improve the quality of education in disadvantaged public schools in Argentina...
Move 4 New Horizons
Move 4 New Horizons is an educational program for vulnerable, disadvantaged children who are deprived of education. It is implemented by the Swiss Academy for Development (SAD) and the Nepalese grassroots non-profit Dalit Welfare Organization (DWO).
Student Refugee Program
UNHCR counts 10.4 million refugees of concern as of 2013. Most young refugees are eager to learn when opportunities exist but very few with the chance to complete high school can pursue higher education.
Mother Child Education Program (MOCEP)
The Mother Child Education Program (MOCEP) is a 25-week-long, home-based, low-cost training program for children from five to six years of age who do not have access to preschool education services, and their mothers.
In the year 2000, an MIT faculty committee on lifelong learning proposed a program that was as straightforward as it was revolutionary: a website that would give away MIT’s teaching materials for free.