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15-07-2019
IBE-UNESCO to support Lao PDR in the development of the national ECCE system and in the implementation of a new curriculum on General Education
The activity of IBE-UNESCO in the development of holistic Early Childhood Care and Education system is spreading in different Region of the world. After Seychelles, Eswatini, Cameroon, a new Country, Lao PDR, joined the club of Countries committed to make a...
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11-07-2019
11 julio 2019
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07-07-2019
The Kingdom of Eswatini Seeks to Establish a National ECCE System with Support from IBE-UNESCO
Between 1 July and 4 July, the IBE-UNESCO and the Kingdom of Eswatini held intense discussions on how to set the Kingdom towards the establishment of a holistic and resilient national Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) system. Discussions were held at all...
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27-06-2019
27 junio 2019
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20-06-2019
List of GCN Members
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus...
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20-06-2019
IBE-UNESCO publications 2018-2019   

Improving Early-Grade Performance for 2030: Measurement and Estimation Options for Innovative Policy Dialogue IBE-UNESCO, 2019 
 
Training Tools for Curriculum Development: A Resource Pack  IBE-UNESCO, 2017 (English version 2019) 
 
Outils de formation pour le...
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20-06-2019
Tunisia’s new general curriculum for ‘the citizenship-focused school’
Background
Public education has been one of the most important achievements of modern Tunisia. Reforming education has always topped the list of concerns of successive generations. Recent educational reforms (2002-2016) have aimed to modernize the country.

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