Photojournalist Dan Habib didn't give much thought to disability - until his son Samuel was born with cerebral palsy. In this emotional talk, the disability-rights advocate explains his family's fight to ensure an inclusive education for Samuel, and how inclusion benefits not just Samuel and those who are included, but all of us.
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- Early Intervention
- Just Being Kids
- Clips for Practicing Observation, Documentation, and Assessment Skills
- General Interest
- Using Technology for Authentic Assessment
- Practices Here and There
- iPads in Early Childhood
A webinar hosted by the Global Business School Network exploring the intersection between educational attainment and employability.
A multimedia resource toolkit developed by UNESCO-UNEVOC to facilitate awareness campaigns for technical and vocational skills-based learning on behalf of marginalized learners in the world's poorest countries. The backbone of the Skills Development Package is a set of short films with simple, materials-based titles such as "Wood" and "Fruits".
Absolute Return for Kids is a registered UK charity and one of its aims is to lift children out of poverty by providing affordable, high quality education. In India, ARK has set up an English language training programme and a schools voucher programme.
Michael Barber debates issues around Affordable Learning with Omega Schools founders, Ken Donkoh and James Tooley at Pearson PLC, London