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10 Goals for Improving Access to Education for Roma
February 2009
This Open Society Institute brochure pinpoints 10 fundamental goals in education that can help secure a bright future for all children in Europe. more
Open Society Education News
A newsletter—produced by ESP grantee Transitions Online—to provide information and increase understanding of educational issues throughout Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia.  more
OSI Grantee Website Addresses Open Education Resources
February 20, 2009
With support from the Open Society Institute, the Open Policy Forum website provides a platform for discussion of the policy implications of Information and Communication Technology in education. more
OSI Grantee Launches Website on Right to Education
February 17, 2009
Supported by the Open Society Institute, the Right to Education Project website aims to promote social mobilization and legal accountability. more
Education Support Program Grantee Launches Website on Pakistani Education
February 10, 2009
The Campaign for Quality Education, a grantee of the Open Society Institute Education Support Program, has launched a new website featuring news, publications, and other resources.  more
OSI Grantee Intercentre Launches "Cross-Cultural Understanding and Peace in North Caucasus" Project
September 3, 2008
The Russian NGO Intercentre has launched a two-year project aimed at consolidating and disseminating expertise in the areas of cross-cultural tolerance and prevention of violence in schools. more
OSI Announces Partnership to Renew Education System in Liberia
Press Release
July 14, 2008
OSI's Education Support Program, together with the Open Society Initiative for West Africa, announced its contribution to the renewal of the education system in Liberia. more
Call for Participation—Curriculum Policies: Making Education Respond to Society and the Labor Market
Sljeme, Croatia
July 13, 2009
The Network of Education Policy Centers will hold its second summer school in Croatia in collaboration with that country's International Institute for Education, Policy Planning and Management and supported by OSI's Education Support Program. Please note that the venue for this event has changed from Georgia to Croatia.  more
Nepal: On the Threshold of Change
Somesh Verma
May 19, 2009
Nepal’s education system is bracing for a transformation, but uptake has been slow, according to this article from OSI grantee Transitions Onlinemore
Angola: Slow Recovery
Issa Sikiti da Silva
May 19, 2009
Seven years after the end of civil war in Angola, the government continues to twist and turn in its promises to make education a top priority, according to this article from OSI grantee Transitions Onlinemore
Bulgaria: Education on Strike, Education at Stake
Tanya Obushtarova
February 18, 2009
Massive teachers’ strikes in the fall of 2007 forced the government to hasten reforms, but stopped short of fixing the Bulgarian education system, according to this article from OSI grantee Transitions Onlinemore
Ukraine: Running in Place
Ksenia Pasechnik
February 17, 2009
Despite efforts to distance itself from Soviet times, the Ukrainian education system can't kick its old habits, according to this article from OSI grantee Transitions Onlinemore
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