Latin America

Brazil education budget cuts: Tens of thousands protest reforms

Brazil's president faces one of his biggest challenges yet as tens of thousands demonstrate against his cuts to education spending.

AJ IMPACT

Young, educated and jobless: The struggles of India's graduates

Recent studies show that people with degrees find it harder to land jobs than those without.

Young, educated and jobless: The struggles of India's graduates

AJ Impact

The US is spending more on pupils, but teachers need a raise

The US spent more than $12,000 per student on public education in 2017, report says. Teacher pay, however, lags behind.

The US is spending more on pupils, but teachers need a raise

Latin America

Brazil: Teachers, students protest 'scandalous cuts' to education

Tens of thousands accuse President Jair Bolsonaro of using education as a political weapon to advance his agenda.

Brazil: Teachers, students protest 'scandalous cuts' to education

Asia

India Elections: The fight for education reforms

Educational reforms in Delhi state are not being debated across the country, but the need for change is.

Reporter's Notebook

How student movements shaped a new South Africa

A filmmaker reflects on his life in activism, from growing up in exile to documenting the #FeesMustFall student movement.

Witness

Daraya: A Library Under Bombs in Syria

A group of young men decide to build a secret library collecting books from their war-torn neighbourhood in Syria.

Fault Lines

The Aftermath: Mass Shootings in the US

We explore the trauma of mass shootings in the US and how communities grapple with the reality that they could be next.

Witness

Everything Must Fall: Anatomy of South Africa's Student Movement

Student leaders in South Africa fight for free education in an extraordinary protest despite threats of police violence.

Japan

The existential crisis facing North Korean schools in Japan

Around 70 Joseon schools in Japan have funding slashed by the government and are targeted by nationalist organisations.

The existential crisis facing North Korean schools in Japan

Europe

Greeks oppose free education for refugee children

Greek law says refugee children must be offered free education. Al Jazeera looks at what is keeping them out of class.

Opinion

The European far right has its eye on education

Conservative and far-right forces across Europe are seeking to control mass education and indoctrinate a new vanguard.

Andrea Mammone

by Andrea Mammone
- Anja Giudici

Andrea Mammone

Opinion

US higher education: A system of meritocracy that never was

The recent college bribing scandal in the US revealed nothing we already didn't know.

David A Love

by David A Love

David A Love

Education

Kenyan teacher from remote village crowned world's best

Science and maths teacher Peter Tabichi wins $1m Global Teacher Prize for 2019 beating nine other finalists.

Kenya teacher from remote village crowned world's best, wins $1m

Venezuela

Venezuelan students use risky crossings to get to Colombia school

Border closure forced many children to use armed group-controlled trails to attend classes in the neighbouring country.

Venezuelan students use risky crossings to get to Colombia school