On average, school teachers in OECD countries have to teach 865 hours per year in public institutions, with those in Costa Rica working as many as 1,134.
COVID-19 continues to disrupt schoolchildren’s right to a quality education. These innovators from around the world are working to close learning gaps.
Now is the time to harness the power of public-private sector partnerships to create a cross-pollination of ideas for the challenges facing children today.
COVID-19 set us back on achieving many of the SDGs education, gender and work targets. Placing women and youth at the center of recovery can get us back on track.
Universities provide an environment to shape the world in which we want to live and help students contribute to an equitable world.
COVID-19 has worsened the existing global learning crisis, with 53% of children in low and low-middle income countries in Learning Poverty.
Three experts explore existing public play projects, including the Urban Thinkscape bus stop, which can inspire other similar ideas.
Despite readers shifting to e-books and audio books, the print book market is still going strong. This chart shows the top 8 book publishers globally.
A study has found that animals are adapting to climate change by changing the size of their ears, tails and beaks to regulate their internal temperature.
Nearly 40% of students in underprivileged households in India have not been studying during school closures, caused by COVID-19, according to a new report.
Governments and businesses must work together to encourage digital training and close the skills gap holding back large segments of the global economy.
Universities can be places of exclusion as well as enlightenment – unless they are set up to provide upward mobility for all. Here's how to do it
From 2018 to 2020, almost a million children were born as refugees. UNHCR has set an ambitious target of 15% for refugee enrolment in college or university by 2030.
Could over-reliance on technology could take away from our cognitive ability? Academics from the University of Toronto explore whether this could be true.
What's it like battling COVID and providing healthcare and other support in India? Radio Davos hears from the 'social entrepreneurs' rising to the challenge.