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Teacher training transforms learning in Kenyan camp schools

Teacher training transforms learning in Kenyan camp schools

September 20, 2017

UNHCR story highlights Teachers for Teachers and several of its participants in Kakuma Refugee Camp.

UNHCR 2017 Report: Left Behind Refugee Education in Crisis

UNHCR 2017 Report: Left Behind Refugee Education in Crisis

September 14, 2017

UNHCR's annual report on the state of refugee education, includes a case study about Teachers for Teachers.

Connected Education

Connected Education

August 28, 2017

Vodafone Foundation's report highlights the use of mobile technology in refugee and conflict settings and includes a foreward written by Dr. Mary Mendenhall.

Key take aways from UNESCO’s Mobile Learning Week 2017

Key take aways from UNESCO’s Mobile Learning Week 2017

May 01, 2017

This blog post by the Education in Crisis & Conflict Network provides highlights from UNESCO's Mobile Learning Week in Paris, including a mention of Teachers for Teachers mobile mentoring program.

The Global Search for Education: First of Its Kind Global Refugee Study Highlights a Gap Between Policy and Practice

The Global Search for Education: First of Its Kind Global Refugee Study Highlights a Gap Between Policy and Practice

April 07, 2017

Education News published an interview with Teachers College faculty who conducted the Urban Refugee global study.

The Global Search for Education: First of Its Kind Global Refugee Study Highlights a Gap Between Policy and Practice

The Global Search for Education: First of Its Kind Global Refugee Study Highlights a Gap Between Policy and Practice

April 07, 2017

The Huffington Post published an interview with Teachers College faculty who produced the Urban Refugee study. 

Despite Inclusive Policies, Refugee Children Face Major Obstacles to Education

Despite Inclusive Policies, Refugee Children Face Major Obstacles to Education

March 28, 2017

This article highlights the first ever global study on urban refugee education conducted by Teachers College, and how the global community must act to accommodate an entire generation of out of school children. 

How teachers use mobile phones as education tools in refugee camps

How teachers use mobile phones as education tools in refugee camps

March 14, 2017

Sarah Dryden-Peterson writes a blog post for the Brookings Institute on the use of mobile phones in education in refugee contexts. The post includes a mention about Teachers for Teachers work in Kakuma, specifically about the use of Whatsapp and mobile phones as part of the Mobile Mentoring program. 

Study finds refugee children have limited access to education

Study finds refugee children have limited access to education

March 08, 2017

This article highlights the main findings of the Urban Refugee Education study.

Urban Refugee Access to Quality Education in Lebanon and Around the World

Urban Refugee Access to Quality Education in Lebanon and Around the World

January 06, 2017

Video of Lecture and Discussion with Elizabeth Buckner

INEE Online Discussion: Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack Implementation

INEE Online Discussion: Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack Implementation

December 10, 2016

Professor Mary Mendenhall listed as one of "10 Experts to Watch on Refugee Education"

Professor Mary Mendenhall listed as one of "10 Experts to Watch on Refugee Education"

November 22, 2016

Listed for her extensive contributions to Education in Emergencies, Professor Mendenhal's experience in Kenya, in academia, and as part of teacher professional working groups are cited among other leading professionals in the field

Teacher for Teachers mentioned in UNHCR Report "Missing out: Refugee Education in Crisis"

Teacher for Teachers mentioned in UNHCR Report "Missing out: Refugee Education in Crisis"

September 06, 2016

UNHCR reports on the more than 6 million refugees whose access to education has been disrupted by conflict and violence. Initatives from all over the world are highlighted in their approach and impact in improving access to and quality of education in emergency settings.

Inside Syrian Refugee Schools in Lebanon (Video story by Dominique Spencer)

Inside Syrian Refugee Schools in Lebanon (Video story by Dominique Spencer)

May 24, 2016

Almost one out of every two Syrian refugee children living in Lebanon is currently out of school — more than 180,000 children aged 5-17. The out of school rate has actually gone down significantly over the past two years – from 78% in 2014 to 49% in November, 2015.

Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (Blog by Elizabeth Buckner and Dominique Spencer)

Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (Blog by Elizabeth Buckner and Dominique Spencer)

May 06, 2016

More coordination between international donors, the public sector, and civil society actors could fill gaps in education for Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

Teachers for Teachers mentioned in INEE Landscape Review "Education in Conflict and Crisis: How Can Technology Make a Difference?"

Teachers for Teachers mentioned in INEE Landscape Review "Education in Conflict and Crisis: How Can Technology Make a Difference?"

February 06, 2016

This report cites Teachers for Teachers' mobile mentoring program as leveraging technology to reach teachers in emergency settings.

Top Winners of Refugee Education Challenge

Top Winners of Refugee Education Challenge

July 06, 2015

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