Kenyan prison inmates learn how to read and write as well as gaining legal skills to represent themselves in court.
A six-part documentary series looking at innovative learning models that are challenging the dominant ideas of education – not just in places replete with resources, but in challenging environments making do with little while still finding new ways to engage students and give them skills to help them in the future.
Can teaching entrepreneurship skills help Ugandan students to break the cycle of poverty and youth unemployment?
Can innovative science education turn Thai students into agents of change and boost the country’s economy?
Armenian students explore the intersection between art and technology to develop skills not taught in other classrooms.
How allowing students at a London inner-city school to choose their curriculum and teachers is improving results.
How a school with a rigorous curriculum for children as young as two makes a world of difference to Mexican students.
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