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MS. Aug 26
Education not only teaches our children facts but also teaches them how to think and learn on their own.
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Amb. Ponfa Miri (Prince) Sep 2
I study people who have surmounted elegant obstacles....the roses who grew from concrete, breaking trauma, and yet rise meteoric in life. The lotus blooms of humanity. They’re the collective 8th wonder of the world. More builders please. I'm For
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Ayesha Aug 26
Speak up when you see discrimination happening. You have a voice, don’t be afraid to use it. - Ehsan Gul.
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Amb. Ponfa Miri (Prince) Aug 25
Dear Stakeholders, Should children be taught how to grow food as part of their schooling? RT @HEDamePaulineT1
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Nimra Tariq Aug 27
There is a need to make education fun and interactive rather than just making it a race for ‘who gets more marks’. The future needs an increased understanding of info/knowledge, not rote learning.
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🎈 Aug 27
Networking. Networking. & some more networking. Your peers can help you with most of your work. Get your ideas out and involve more people in it. A little networking goes a long way. And we need a great deal of it as we take first steps to leading change.
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Ms Carson CB Guidance Sep 28
A really jam-packed programme here in Oxford! I'm loving the discussions and debates with so many people passionate about social justice and broadening access to education.
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Bridging & Empowerment Aug 26
Yesterday the team met the student council at Karatina university main campus to chat a way forward on how they can play a role in through the B&E initiatives model, glad to have received a +ve response and also met the DVC with great support
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Nimra Tariq Aug 27
Change requires you to step out of your entitlement bubble and acknowledge that your reality is different than the person who is most affected. The first step should be to unlearn what you know and be open to new ideas. cannot be the task for one person.
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Coláiste Bríde D22 Sep 27
Proud to receive our International School of Distinction Award from A testament to the dedication of all our students, staff, parents & past-pupils who participate & organise all the pathways, mentoring & leadership activities
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Carol Ndosi Aug 19
The way is always forward!! Let’s get this! 💪🏾💪🏾
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Sara Khurram Aug 27
First step should be to find like-minded change makers, to create a greater impact. Strategize WELL and involve key stakeholders throughout. Utilize the ever growing technology. And then the tough part .. take the Government on board!
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Joseph Ryarasa Nkurunziza, Sep 24
Are schools preparing our children 4 life or 4homeworks and tests. Each evening when I return home the routine is to check if children have done their homeworks. We need to check if schools are not preparing our kids for stress.
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KESHO ALLIANCE Sep 4
We are very grateful for everyone who took part in the twitter chat discussion on today. This was with a purpose to improve education in ASAL areas, read more below how you can be part of the transformation. Thank you!
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Farhad Jarral Aug 27
A lot of people are working on , but in silos. There is a need to connect to the wider network. People who are looking to start working on education should reach out to other people/orgs working on similar issues. Partnership is the KEY!
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Capt. Arham 🇵🇰 Aug 26
Replying to @ArhamSayss
Young adults who aren’t in school & don’t have jobs with their families being affected by the poverty are pretty vulnerable to criminal activities like drug abuse, theft, rape & robbery. Growing illiteracy is dangerous for every nation.
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Nazish Aug 26
Career counseling should be started from the very early age at school cause no one knows children's mental caliber more than teachers Support their choice and not pressurize them to fulfill your dreams
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Mmantsetsa Marope Aug 20
Met with the Minister of National Edcuation of Turkey. Look forward to working closely with the Country.
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Jessica Bates Sep 17
Colleagues and speaking about their research to MLAs, education, business, civic stakeholders and young people today at Stormont. Followed by a Round Table Conversation on priorities for educational change in NI.
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TAP Sep 27
Thanks to all the inspirational students, teachers, speakers and staff who joined us in Oxford over the last two days for some wide-ranging discussion, chat and workshopping on all things access - the ripple effect is becoming a wave!
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