Education News Round-Up December 21st

Sesame Street to help Syrian refugees
Characters from the children’s television programme Sesame Street are going to be used to help teach children displaced by war in Syria.

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Born in the wrong place for good schools?
There is a widening geographical divide in access to high-performing schools in England, says a report from the Education Policy Institute.

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Investment where profit means better schools
The worlds of bonds, investors and the financial markets might seem like a long way from the millions of the world’s poor who never even get to see their children going to school.

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Posted in Weekly Blog.