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United Nations Sep 8
Globalisation & digital technology are transforming the way people work, live & learn and generating new skill demands. More from on Saturday's International :
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Jaime Saavedra Sep 9
On we need to remember that today, the fundamental skills are not enough. Social and emotional skills, and digital skills are now essential for people to reach their full potential, live productive lives and become committed national and global citizens.
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Miss Speed Sep 8
On thought I would share something from a year 7, no books in a house poses a huge obstacle and contributes to the literacy gap for disadvantaged pupils. Reading charities such as are doing essential work, but more needs to be done
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Jaime Saavedra Sep 9
Literacy is the basis to give everyone the opportunity to be truly free. 263 million young people are not even in school. And almost half of those who are, are not achieving satisfactory reading skills. This is a crisis, the need to keep making progress is urgent.
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Ambassador Kelly Craft Sep 8
Whether you’re picking up a new novel at the library or dusting off an old favourite to dive into, I hope you’ll join me in celebrating by reading a book! My favorite for kids: Click, Clack, Moo! 📚
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ACTFL Sep 8
Language learning and literacy go hand in hand with skills development in the 21st century global economy. We join and the international community in celebrating .
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Fran Kompar Oct 8
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GlobalGiving Sep 8
Q1. Happy ! Welcome to the Twitter chat. Introduce yourself and your organization—where in the world do you work, and how do you promote literacy and education?
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Never Again Rwanda Oct 25
“If children do not enjoy reading, they are unlikely to do so when they get older.” This was emphasized during on 8th of September, which attracted over 200 participants & coincided with awarding the 24 winners. Full Story:
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SDG2030 Sep 8
1-No Poverty 2-No Hunger 3-Health 4-Education 5-Gender Equality 6-Water& sanitation 7-Clean energy 8-Economies 9-Innovation 10-Reduced inequality 11-Cities 12-Reduce Consumption 13-Climate 14-Ocean 15-Biodiversity 16Peace 17Partnerships
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GlobalGiving Sep 8
Thank you to everyone—in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, US, Kenya, Ghana South Africa, Afghanistan, India and beyond—who joined our chat today! We hope you spend the rest of reading a book you love 📚
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CodeLagos Sep 8
"Coding is the new literacy! To thrive in tomorrow’s society, young people must learn to design, create and express themselves with digital technologies." - Mitchel Resnick. Happy International Literacy Day.
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UNESCO Sep 8
Literacy opens doors to knowledge and new opportunities. It is not an option, but a necessity to improve livelihoods. As we celebrate International , learn how combined approaches to literacy and skills development can change lives. ℹ️
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UNDP Palestine Sep 9
Educate a girl, change the world. 📝👩🏽‍💻👩🏻‍🎓📚 On , we celebrate rebuilding 50 schools and education institutions in in partnership with Qatar 🇶🇦 to advocate for the right to education!
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Dr Fouzia Hameed Sep 8
It's time to change the society by increasing Literacy rate and give equal opportunities to all. is not an option, but a necessity to improve livelihoods and government must ensure education for all
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AFP news agency Sep 8
Replying to @AFP
Reading matters. So happy International ! 📕📗📘📙
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Being Human Clothing Sep 8
HAPPINESS IS A SHARP PENCIL | You can join in the celebrations too! Share the limited edition set of pencils with anyone and spread a smile and the importance of education this International Literacy Day! Get one at any of our stores with any purchase.
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Pasek and Paul Sep 8
We’re coming to Seattle for the tour. Will we see you there? Get your tickets here
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Samantha Custer Sep 8
Couldn’t agree more. This we should learn from what leaders say they need to improve learning outcomes. That is exactly what our report sought to find out. Read more:
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Elementary Educators Sep 8
It’s Sept 8 and it's International ! joins to recognize this day and on every day we will work to ensure that all kids have public, accessible learning opportunities to improve their skills
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