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Système éducatif d'Haïti — Wikipédia

Système éducatif d'Haïti - Wikipédia

Avec le Gouverneur Général Toussaint Louverture, en 1801, un premier système éducatif fut créé et sa gestion relevait de la responsabilité de la commission municipale (Toussaint, Louverture, 1801). L'article 68 de la constitution de 1801 stipulait :

« Durant l’époque coloniale, l’enseignement n’existait pour ainsi dire pas »

— Maurice Dartigue, 1804-1938)
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Avec le Gouverneur Général Toussaint Louverture, en 1801, un premier système éducatif fut créé et sa gestion relevait de la responsabilité de la commission municipale (Toussaint, Louverture, 1801). L’article 68 de la constitution de 1801 stipulait :

« toute personne a la faculté de former des établissements particuliers d’éducation d’instruction pour la jeunesse sous l’autorisation et la surveillance des administrations municipales »

— Toussaint, Louverture, 1801
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« Durant l’époque coloniale, l’enseignement n’existait pour ainsi dire pas » — Maurice Dartigue, 1804-1938) . Avec le Gouverneur Général Toussaint Louverture, en 1801, un premier système éducatif fut créé et sa gestion relevait de la responsabilité de la commission municipale (Toussaint, Louverture, 1801). L’article 68 de la constitution de 1801 stipulait : « toute personne a la faculté de former des établissements particuliers d’éducation d’instruction pour la jeunesse sous l’autorisation et la surveillance des administrations municipales » — Toussaint, Louverture, 1801
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Vietnam's Bilingual Experiment

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The country’s bilingual education programs for minority students could help close some socioeconomic gaps.
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 The country’s bilingual education programs for minority students could help close some socioeconomic gaps.

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Gates Foundation to ConnectEDU: Where’s Our Money? - Bankruptcy Beat - WSJ

Gates Foundation to ConnectEDU: Where’s Our Money? - Bankruptcy Beat - WSJ | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has a simple question for education technology company ConnectEDU, which sought bankruptcy protection in April: Where’s our grant money?
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has a simple question for education technology company ConnectEDU, which sought bankruptcy protection in April: Where’s our grant money?

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Sweet 16 for Pakistan hero

Sweet 16 for Pakistan hero | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
HER DAY: Malala Yousafzai, an education activist shot by the Taliban, speaks at the UN yesterday. ( )UNITED NATIONS — Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teen shot by the Taliban for promoting educatio...
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Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teen shot by the Taliban for promoting education for girls, celebrated her 16th birthday yesterday by demanding in her first public speech since the attack that world leaders provide free compulsory schooling for every child.

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A Creole Solution for Haiti’s Woes

A Creole Solution for Haiti’s Woes | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
Children should learn in the language they speak at home, not French.
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Creole in Haiti can similarly become an academic language, a tool for nation building and an instrument of political and economic progress.

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Lessons from a Khomani Bushmen family: Patricia Glyn at TEDxStellenbosch

Lessons from a Khomani Bushmen family: Patricia Glyn at TEDxStellenbosch | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
Patricia Glyn was a radio and TV broadcaster for 13 years before making eco-adventure her living. Her most recent expedition was a two month journey into the...
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Lessons from a Khomani Bushmen family: Patricia Glyn #education @haitinoworg

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Malala Yousafzai's address to the UN

Malala Yousefzai, who was shot by Pakistani Taliban last year, addressed the UN Youth Assembly on her 16th birthday and called for improvements in global edu...
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Pour un vrai PSUGO

Le Nouvelliste.com - Site internet du Nouvelliste quotidien publi� � Port-au-Prince (depuis 1898) : National, International, Haïti, Economie, Culture, Sociét�,Sport, Editorial, Petites Annonces the best news of Haiti, politics, education, security, justice, elections, agriculture, reconstruction, culture, social, economy, tourism, sports, agriculture, health, diaspora , environment, technology
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Pour un vrai PSUGO Des idées pour le développement
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Looking Into Literature Circles

Looking into Literature Circles provides a window into the book clubs in action .Along the way, Harvey Daniels points out some key organizing structures, inc...
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 Looking into Literature Circles provides a window into the book clubs in action .Along the way, Harvey Daniels points out some key organizing structures, inc...

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Children’s activist speaks on importance of education | The Miami Student

Children’s activist speaks on importance of education | The Miami Student | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
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“We don’t stop, we don’t move backwards. We move forward onto the next movement,” Marian Wright Edelman said, talking about a new civil rights movement that would fight child poverty in America.

Edelman spoke in Hall Auditorium Thursday, Feb. 5. She is the first guest speaker to visit Miami this spring in the “Celebrating Social Justice Milestones” lecture series.

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Millions of world's children still lack access to education

Millions of world's children still lack access to education | Illiteracy | Scoop.it
A recent UNICEF report found that, despite progress, 58 million primary school-age children and 63 million adolescents remain out of school globally.

Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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Millions of world's children still lack access to education
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This article is about how the world has still not reached the global goal of reaching access to education in all developing countries. It talks about how 58 million children between the ages of 6-11 are still uneducated and have a lack of access to education, especially in the Sub-Saharan Africa countries and countries in South Asia. 

 

I found that this article was very depressing, but it really shined a light on the real achievement of the world's Millennium Development Goals, and how much the world is advancing. 

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Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamonte @ Dreamforce '13

The Haitian Prime Minister, introduced by Sean Penn, speaks on the role of technology in rebuilding Haiti since the 2010 earthquake.
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The Haitian Prime Minister, introduced by Sean Penn, speaks on the role of technology in rebuilding Haiti since the 2010 earthquake.

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A technology revolution in Kenya's schools

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E-readers and tablets are being used in East Africa to bridge the global education divide. When parents in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, found out that two schools in the vicinity had “special” new ...
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The curriculum texts are supplemented with videos, games and quizzes that are designed to get the pupils to engage with the material.

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