The Turkish government set up the Maarif Foundation after the 2016 failed coup attempt to change the administration of overseas schools linked to the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation.
Washington has long been the UN Relief and Works Agency's largest donor but is "no longer willing to shoulder the very disproportionate share of the burden," US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said.
International organisations warn that Syria risks a "lost generation" of uneducated children. But, one teacher took it on herself to to build refugee children living in camps in Jordan a school.
Sesame Workshop and McGraw-Hill Education, known for school textbooks, announced their partnership on Thursday. But it has raised concern about sensitivity and ethics behind it.
At the age of 11, Hammad Safi gives motivational speeches in Pakistan. His audiences seem quite inspired though some say his talks are by rote.
In Syria, it was traditionally a man's job to provide for families but since the war, women refugees are taking on the role of being the sole provider. In southern Turkey, that means some have had to take on new skills in order to find work.
A heavily-armed student opened fire in Santa Fe High School; the latest mass shooting to devastate the US. The tragedy takes place just three months after the massacre in Parkland, Florida, where a former student killed 17 people.
Thousands of teachers and supporters gather in the western and southwestern US states to protest inadequate public school funding for a second day.
Thousands of students again walked out of classes across the United States on Friday, marking the 19th anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School with a show of unity aimed at pressuring politicians to enact tighter gun restrictions.
Ankara has identified child welfare as one of the areas where it can help the war-ravaged country where four decades of violence have left more than two million children orphaned.
Turkish officials say their emphasis is on educating girls in Afghanistan as the female literacy rate in the war-torn country stands at a mere 17 percent, according to the UN.
The current literacy rate in Turkey is 91 percent for women and 98.5 percent for men. The government seeks to take it up to around 99 percent within the next decade.
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