Topic : Education / Learning
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Last week, Tom Ehrlich—Professor at the Stanford School of Education and formerly Senior Scholar at The Carnegie Fo
Think back to your third-grade report card. Remember the subjects? Math, Reading, Science, and Physical Education probably come to mind. But Empathy? Probably not.
A country’s young people are its most important asset. They are the future of a nation; providing them access to a quality education should be a top priority. Of course, there are many obstacles — you don’t have to be an expert to know that there are problems in education to be solved in all countries.
Reflections from Ashoka Fellow David Castro on the inaugural Empathy in Action gathering in Washington, D.C.
A conversation with Sonali Ojha, Ashoka Fellow and founder of the Dreamcatchers Foundation
On 26th November (2012) the official launch of the innovative Roots of Empathy programme took place at a reception in the House of Lords in London.
Child Labor Movement Leader and Ashoka Fellow Kailash Satyarthi shares the Nobel Peace Prize 2014 with Malala Yousafzai
Ashoka is honored to announce the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded Friday, October 10, 2014 to As
It’s not always easy for second graders to learn how to read, but it’s a lot more challenging when they’re learning to read in a foreign language. This is the scenario at Lord Tennyson, a French immersion school in Vancouver, Canada.