Sprouting Great Ideas – Improving Teacher Education Training in Nigeria

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Image CC 2.0 Wasi Daniju Equinox Fellows Iyinoluwa Aboeyji and Ola David have formed a powerful and innovative partnership to tackle a crucial piece of improving education outcomes in Nigeria: teacher training. An estimated 10.5 million Nigerian children are out of... more

Peshawar Mourns

Thursday, December 18, 2014

As part of our follow-up to the Learning2030 summit, WGSI offered Ideation Grants to some of the participants in TakingIT Global's Sprout e-Course, a 9-week online learning experience, where participants work toward transforming ideas into action. One of the recipients, Shughla Ismail, is... more

Sprouting Great Ideas - R.E.E.L. Initiative

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Equinox Fellow Olatunde Ajoke Omoware sees Agbado, Nigeria as a community ready to be energized and uplifted by education. A majority of Agbado’s population falls in the low-income bracket and is served by only one public secondary school. The lack of formal... more

Learners' Charter of Rights

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Included in Equinox Blueprint: Learning 2030 is the Learners' Charter of Rights – a list of what the international, interdisciplinary, and intergenerational group of education stakeholders that met at Equinox Summit: Learning 2030 believe to be essential to the success and livelihood of... more

What's Stopping Us From Transforming Schools?

Thursday, May 29, 2014

By Erin Millar, journalist and author Image © Bart Everson “New technology is common, new thinking is rare.” - Sir Peter Blake In 2006 grade seven teacher Mitch Breton was only six months into a new gig at the Canadian International School of... more

What if School Was Designed to Make Students Happy?

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

By Erin Millar, journalist and author Image © Vancouver Film School Earlier this year, I found myself at the Vancouver book launch for Happy City written by journalist and urban experimentalist Charles Montgomery. His message is compellingly simple: if our primary... more

Measuring Measurement in the UK School System

Thursday, May 1, 2014

By Warwick Mansell, freelance education journalist Image © alamosbasement  Is England’s schools system encouraging its teachers to focus on too narrow a range of qualities in those they educate? It is a common complaint. And yet the paradox of policy... more

Treating Education As a Zero-Sum Game

Monday, April 21, 2014

This post originally appeared April 21, 2014 on Peter DeWitt's Finding Common Ground, an Education Week blog. By Michael Brooks, Learning 2030 Summit Curator Image © Steve Jurvetson No matter how many academics give inspirational TED talks or publish... more

(Not) Picking a Side - Skills v. Knowledge

Monday, April 14, 2014

By Warwick Mansell, freelance education journalist Image © frankyjuarez It seemed almost too crazy to be true. Yet my very experienced, non-ideological and well-placed source was adamant that it was right.  And the thing is England’s... more

The Future Without Grades

Friday, April 4, 2014

By Erin Millar, journalist and author Out with the old. (Image © Brad Holt) Imagine it’s report card day. Your child (who, for the purposes of this thought experiment, is in grade five) fishes a crumpled piece of paper out of her knapsack. But instead of containing... more


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