The Lucky Specials, our latest feature film, premieres tonight in Johannesburg! Follow #LuckySpecials on Twitter for updates from the event!
Around the world, millions of people live in poverty and ill health, with little hope for the future. #Education changes that picture, giving communities hope, and more importantly, the skills to make their futures brighter. Discovery Learning Alliance is proud to be a part of that change.
Curriculum, teaching and learning environment play a role in giving children the best education. [ Link ]
We are getting girls and boys excited about #learning and achieving their hopes and dreams. Learn how: [ Link ] #sdg4all
Girls' clubs have such a big impact in getting girls in school & learning, increasing their confidence
ICYMI here's more from our President Aric Noboa at the Aga Khan Development Network & University of Oxford panel on television's impact on education outcomes. You can even watch the video of the session: [ Link ]
The panel is live now! Aric Noboa AKDN Oxford University [ Link ] #SDG4all
Watch our president Aric Noboa participate in Aga Khan Development Network & University of Oxford panel on media, television as a tool for improved education outcomes: Livestream starting in about 30 minutes!
Tomorrow, our President Aric Noboa participates in an education seminar about media as a means for improving learning outcomes globally, hosted by Aga Khan Development Network & University of Oxford. Watch he livestream here, tomorrow at 5pm London/12pm US Eastern: [ Link ]
How do we get more girls in school? Bring students, teachers & communities together to promote education for all [ Link ]
Inequality in education keeps girls from promising futures. We're changing that: [ Link ] #FightInequality
Getting girls in school & learning takes involvement of students, teachers & communities. Here's how we are helping: [ Link ]
With education, children can rise to be anything they choose, including leaders of their communities and countries. #education4all World Economic Forum
#TBT to our Kenya Country Director Jonathan Wesaya Maina, who was named one of Kenya's Top 40 Men under 40 for getting children in school w/ Discovery Learning Alliance! [ Link ]
Involvement in Discovery Learning Alliance girls' clubs helps them not only stay in school, but also gain critical life skills [ Link ]
Girls' clubs have such a big impact in getting girls in school & learning. They increase their confidence & give them skills for the future
Mentorship is crucial to keep girls in school to receive a quality education. Our girls' clubs provide just that. #InternationalMentoringDay
Video has provided learners with a chance to learn beyond their local environment, giving them a broader perspective into matters. Video has indeed brought the big world into the classroom.”

Thanks to one of our teachers in Kenya for showing us how media in the classroom is helping students learn!
Here's why girls think that #girlsed is so important: [ Link ]
In 2017, it's crucial to continue to get girls in school and learning. Here's how Discovery Learning Alliance makes that happen: [ Link ]