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September 30, 2015
Schoolchildren listen to a teacher as they study during a class in the Oudaya primary school in Rabat,...
Rabat, Morocco
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Schoolchildren listen to a teacher as they study during a class in the Oudaya primary school in Rabat, September 15, 2015, at the start of the new school year in Morocco. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Youssef BoudlalPICTURE 40 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Tahfiz or Koranic students recite the Koran in Madrasah Nurul Iman boarding school outside Malaysia's...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Tahfiz or Koranic students recite the Koran in Madrasah Nurul Iman boarding school outside Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur, September 11, 2015. There are 36 male students at the madrasah, ranging from 11 to 18 years of age. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Olivia HarrisPICTURE 37 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Students in Dr. Hugh McCormick's lower sixth politics division (year 12) sit in their classroom in Old...
Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Students in Dr. Hugh McCormick's lower sixth politics division (year 12) sit in their classroom in Old Schools at Harrow School in Middlesex, Britain, June 16, 2015. Notable Old Harrovians include Winston Churchill, King Hussein of Jordan, Lord Byron and Benedict Cumberbatch. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Suzanne PlunkettPICTURE 35 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Mahajera Armani and her class of girls pose for a picture at their study open area, founded by...
Jalalabad, Afghanistan
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Teacher Mahajera Armani and her class of girls pose for a picture at their study open area, founded by Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC), outside Jalalabad city, Afghanistan September 19, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Parwiz PICTURE 19 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Pupils pose for a photograph in Ms. Yasmin Hussain's year 6 class at Salusbury Primary School in London,...
London, United Kingdom
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Pupils pose for a photograph in Ms. Yasmin Hussain's year 6 class at Salusbury Primary School in London, Britain, June 25, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Suzanne PlunkettPICTURE 36 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Nguyen Thi Phuong teaches a third-grade class in the primary school of Van Chai in Dong Van district,...
HOANG SU PHI, Vietnam
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Nguyen Thi Phuong teaches a third-grade class in the primary school of Van Chai in Dong Van district, bordered with China, north of Hanoi, Vietnam, September 21, 2015. Phuong teaches the class in the village where she has lived for 23 years. There is no electricity and no books. She teaches the children in the local Hmong language. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Kham PICTURE 34 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Ana Dorrego poses with students of the rural school Agustin Ferreira on the outskirts of Minas...
MINAS, Uruguay
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Teacher Ana Dorrego poses with students of the rural school Agustin Ferreira on the outskirts of Minas city, Uruguay, September 15, 2015. The school has 12 students aged 4 to 11, with only one teacher. Activities include milking a cow, planting vegetables and cooking. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Andres StapffPICTURE 21 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Kristine Passag holds a Values Education class for Grade 9 students in a hallway of Timoteo Paez...
Manila, Philippines
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Teacher Kristine Passag holds a Values Education class for Grade 9 students in a hallway of Timoteo Paez High School in metro Manila, Philippines, September 15, 2015. Passag says she is temporarily holding classes in hallways while waiting for the completion of a new school building to address the shortage of classrooms. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco PICTURE 32 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Mohammed Zurob marks an exercise for his first grade students during an English lesson inside a classroom...
Rafah, Palestinian Territories
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Mohammed Zurob marks an exercise for his first grade students during an English lesson inside a classroom at Taha Huseen elementary school in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip September 28, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa PICTURE 29 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Giang Thi May teaches a first grade class at the primary school of Van Chai in Dong Van district, on...
HOANG SU PHI, Viet Nam
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Giang Thi May teaches a first grade class at the primary school of Van Chai in Dong Van district, on the border with China, north of Hanoi, Vietnam, September 21, 2015. There is no electricity and no books. She teaches the children in the local Hmong language. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Kham TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 33 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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September 30, 2015
Teachers Carla Smith and Laura Johnson pose for a picture with their third grade class at Jesse Sherwood...
WILLOWBROOK, UNITED STATES
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Teachers Carla Smith and Laura Johnson pose for a picture with their third grade class at Jesse Sherwood Elementary School in the Englewood neighbourhood in Chicago, Illinois, United States, September 23, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Jim Young PICTURE 31 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Elizabeth Moguel poses for a photograph with her seventh grade Latin class at Boston Latin School...
Boston, UNITED STATES
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Teacher Elizabeth Moguel poses for a photograph with her seventh grade Latin class at Boston Latin School in Boston, Massachusetts September 17, 2015. Boston Latin School is the first and oldest public school in the U.S, founded in 1635. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Brian SnyderPICTURE 30 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Third grade students attend class at the Mashal Model School on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan...
Islamabad, Pakistan
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Third grade students attend class at the Mashal Model School on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan September 19, 2015. The Mashal Model School founded by Zeba Husain caters to children of underprivileged families from different parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan living in the village of Bari Imam who, outside of school, are street vendors, scavengers, beggars and car washers. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Caren FirouzPICTURE 24 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
First grade students and their class teacher Teruko Takakusaki (in background) pose for a photo during...
Tokyo, Japan
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First grade students and their class teacher Teruko Takakusaki (in background) pose for a photo during their homeroom period at the end of the school day at Takinogawa Elementary School in Tokyo, Japan, September 18, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Toru HanaiPICTURE 26 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
A class from the San Frantzisko public primary school pose for a picture with their teacher, Marisa Solaguren,...
Bermeo, Spain
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A class from the San Frantzisko public primary school pose for a picture with their teacher, Marisa Solaguren, in the Basque fishing town of Bermeo, northern Spain, September 25, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Vincent West ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN. PICTURE 22 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Master Mohammad Ayoub poses with his fifth grade students at a local park in Islamabad, Pakistan September...
Islamabad, Pakistan
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Master Mohammad Ayoub poses with his fifth grade students at a local park in Islamabad, Pakistan September 18, 2015. Ayoub, a Pakistani civil servant, started his programme to educate underprivileged children in 1985. Ayoub provides the educational supplies from his income as a civil servant while volunteers and his students teach the children English, Urdu and maths. Their classroom is in a local park during fair weather and a room in the local slum in the rainy season. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi.REUTERS/Caren FirouzPICTURE 23 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Students of the 10th form of the Gymnasium 1567 pose for a group portrait together with their teacher...
Moscow, Russia
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Students of the 10th form of the Gymnasium 1567 pose for a group portrait together with their teacher of History, Tamara Eidelman, in Moscow, Russia, September 23, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovPICTURE 20 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Manel el Ayachi poses for a picture on the first day of a new school year at Linine Street Preparatory...
Tunis, Tunisia
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Teacher Manel el Ayachi poses for a picture on the first day of a new school year at Linine Street Preparatory School in Tunis, Tunisia, September 16, 2015. Schools have reopened, with around 2 million pupils heading back to classrooms after a three-month summer break. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Anis MiliPICTURE 28 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Year 9 Biology boys class pose for a picture with teacher Suzanne Veitch in their classroom at Forest...
London, United Kingdom
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Year 9 Biology boys class pose for a picture with teacher Suzanne Veitch in their classroom at Forest School, London, April 27, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Russell Boyce TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 11 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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September 30, 2015
Students cross their arms to demonstrate they are listening carefully to their teacher at Al Hakim El...
Tunis, Tunisia
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Students cross their arms to demonstrate they are listening carefully to their teacher at Al Hakim El Kassar Primary School in Tunis, Tunisia, September 16, 2015. Schools have reopened, with around 2 million pupils heading back to classrooms after a three-month summer break. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Anis MiliPICTURE 27 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
First grade students and their teacher Teruko Takakusaki pose for a photo during lunch at Takinogawa...
Tokyo, Japan
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First grade students and their teacher Teruko Takakusaki pose for a photo during lunch at Takinogawa Elementary School in Tokyo, Japan, September 18, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Toru Hanai PICTURE 25 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Students of the Don Bosco Technical Collegue pose for a picture in Quito, Ecuador, September 16, 2015....
Quito, Ecuador
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Students of the Don Bosco Technical Collegue pose for a picture in Quito, Ecuador, September 16, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Guillermo GranjaPICTURE 10 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Father Juan Humberto Cruz poses for pictures with 4th grade students at Semillas de Esperanza...
Bogota, Colombia
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Teacher Father Juan Humberto Cruz poses for pictures with 4th grade students at Semillas de Esperanza (Seeds of Hope) school in Soacha, near Bogota, Colombia, June 11, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/John Vizcaino PICTURE 9 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Teacher Hanan Anzi poses for a picture with Syrian refugee students inside their classroom at one of...
Mafraq, Jordan
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Teacher Hanan Anzi poses for a picture with Syrian refugee students inside their classroom at one of the UNICEF schools at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, September 22, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/ Muhammad HamedPICTURE 17 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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September 30, 2015
Children of the Municipal School Nossa Senhora da Conceicao pose for picture along the Solimoes River...
IRANDUBA, Brazil
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Children of the Municipal School Nossa Senhora da Conceicao pose for picture along the Solimoes River bank in Iranduba city, Brazil, June 17, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly PICTURE 14 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"
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EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DUU
September 30, 2015
A teacher leads a class session at the ecole primaire Ave Marie in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, April...
Bujumbura, Burundi
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A teacher leads a class session at the ecole primaire Ave Marie in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, April 24, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya PICTURE 18 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DUS
September 30, 2015
Class 11 Afghan girl students attend a class at Zarghona high school in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 15,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
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Class 11 Afghan girl students attend a class at Zarghona high school in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 15, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani PICTURE 16 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DUQ
September 30, 2015
Children of the floating Municipal School Sao Jose II pose for a picture along the Amazonas River bank...
Manaus, Brazil
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Children of the floating Municipal School Sao Jose II pose for a picture along the Amazonas River bank in a rural area of Manaus, Brazil, June 18, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly PICTURE 12 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DUE
September 30, 2015
Teacher Kathy Stauch's 9th Grade French-immersion geography class pose for a picture at Lisgar Collegiate...
Ottawa, Canada
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Teacher Kathy Stauch's 9th Grade French-immersion geography class pose for a picture at Lisgar Collegiate Institute in Ottawa, Canada, September 24, 2015. Founded in 1843, Lisgar Collegiate is a historic public secondary school in downtown Ottawa a few blocks from Parliament Hill. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Chris WattiePICTURE 2 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DUA
September 30, 2015
Teacher Ekaterine Tsipuria poses for a picture with year 5 schoolchildren at a public school in Tbilisi,...
Tbilisi, Georgia
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Teacher Ekaterine Tsipuria poses for a picture with year 5 schoolchildren at a public school in Tbilisi, Georgia, June 8, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili PICTURE 15 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DU8
September 30, 2015
Children of the Satere Mawe Indian tribe school at the Sahu Ape village pose for a picture in Manacapuru,...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
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Children of the Satere Mawe Indian tribe school at the Sahu Ape village pose for a picture in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil, July 10, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Bruno KellyPICTURE 13 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DU6
September 30, 2015
Art teacher Hanna Snitko poses for a picture with final year students, aged 16 to 17, of the Ukrainian...
Kiev, Ukraine
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Art teacher Hanna Snitko poses for a picture with final year students, aged 16 to 17, of the Ukrainian Humanities Lyceum in their classroom in Kiev, Ukraine, September 24, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Gleb GaranichPICTURE 6 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DU3
September 30, 2015
A class at Tyburn Primary School in Chatsworth, Durban, September 15, 2015. Nearly three years after...
Durban, South Africa
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A class at Tyburn Primary School in Chatsworth, Durban, September 15, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Rogan WardPICTURE 4 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DU2
September 30, 2015
Teacher Archana Shori poses for a picture with 7th-grade level students inside their classroom at Rukmini...
New Delhi, India
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Teacher Archana Shori poses for a picture with 7th-grade level students inside their classroom at Rukmini Devi Public school in New Delhi, India, September 7, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Adnan AbidiPICTURE 3 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DTM
September 30, 2015
Teacher Guillermo Valenzuela poses for a picture with students of primary grade who are attending a night...
Santiago, Chile
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Teacher Guillermo Valenzuela poses for a picture with students of primary grade who are attending a night school for adults at Laura Vicuna school, in a popular neighbourhood of Santiago, September 10, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Ivan AlvaradoPICTURE 7 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DTK
September 30, 2015
A 12th grade class at Khabazela High School pose for a picture in their classroom in eMbo, west of Durban,...
Durban, South Africa
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A 12th grade class at Khabazela High School pose for a picture in their classroom in eMbo, west of Durban, South Africa, September 23, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Rogan WardPICTURE 5 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
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RTS2DTH
September 30, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "EDUCATORS...
London, United Kingdom
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ATTENTION EDITORS - WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL 47 IMAGESNearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Staff TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DTC
September 30, 2015
Year 10 high school students from a vocational program with a maritime focus pose for a photograph at...
Panama City, Panama
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Year 10 high school students from a vocational program with a maritime focus pose for a photograph at Artes y Oficios Melchor Lasso de la Vega school in Panama City, September 4, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso PICTURE 1 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
EDUCATION-GLOBAL/
RTS2DT8
September 30, 2015
Class one children aged between six and seven years old pose for pictures in their classroom at Gifted...
Nairobi, Kenya
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Class one children aged between six and seven years old pose for pictures in their classroom at Gifted Hands Educational Centre in Kenya's Kibera slum in the capital Nairobi, September 16, 2015. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children go to school. World Teachers' Day falls on 5 October, a Unesco initiative highlighting the work of educators struggling to teach children amid intimidation in Pakistan, conflict in Syria or poverty in Vietnam. Even so, there have been some improvements: the number of children not attending primary school has plummeted to an estimated 57 million worldwide in 2015, the U.N. says, down from 100 million 15 years ago. Reuters photographers have documented learning around the world, from well-resourced schools to pupils crammed into corridors in the Philippines, on boats in Brazil or in crowded classrooms in Burundi. REUTERS/Noor KhamisPICTURE 8 OF 47 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD"SEARCH "EDUCATORS SCHOOLS" FOR ALL IMAGES
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTX1STWU
September 28, 2015
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen was postponed at the Bloemfontein court September 28, 2015. The Danish gun store owner found with 21 pieces of female genitals stored in his home freezer has been detained and will face charges of sexual assault, intimidation and domestic violence, South African police said last Monday. Police believe 58-year-old Frederiksen, who they said is wanted in Denmark for illegal dealing in firearms, lured his victims from neighbouring Lesotho, sedating the women before performing illegal operations them. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTX1STVA
September 28, 2015
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen was postponed at the Bloemfontein court September 28, 2015. The Danish gun store owner found with 21 pieces of female genitals stored in his home freezer has been detained and will face charges of sexual assault, intimidation and domestic violence, South African police said last Monday. Police believe 58-year-old Frederiksen, who they said is wanted in Denmark for illegal dealing in firearms, lured his victims from neighbouring Lesotho, sedating the women before performing illegal operations them. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTX1STOB
September 28, 2015
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of...
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) chant slogans as they hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen was postponed at the Bloemfontein court September 28, 2015. The Danish gun store owner found with 21 pieces of female genitals stored in his home freezer has been detained and will face charges of sexual assault, intimidation and domestic violence, South African police said last Monday. Police believe 58-year-old Frederiksen, who they said is wanted in Denmark for illegal dealing in firearms, lured his victims from neighbouring Lesotho, sedating the women before performing illegal operations them. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTX1STO9
September 28, 2015
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen...
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) hold placards after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen was postponed at the Bloemfontein court September 28, 2015. The Danish gun store owner found with 21 pieces of female genitals stored in his home freezer has been detained and will face charges of sexual assault, intimidation and domestic violence, South African police said last Monday. Police believe 58-year-old Frederiksen, who they said is wanted in Denmark for illegal dealing in firearms, lured his victims from neighbouring Lesotho, sedating the women before performing illegal operations them. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTX1STKR
September 28, 2015
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) react after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) react after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen...
Members of the ANC Women's League (ANCWL) react after a bail hearing of Danish man Peter Frederiksen was postponed at the Bloemfontein court September 28, 2015. The Danish gun store owner found with 21 pieces of female genitals stored in his home freezer has been detained and will face charges of sexual assault, intimidation and domestic violence, South African police said last Monday. Police believe 58-year-old Frederiksen, who they said is wanted in Denmark for illegal dealing in firearms, lured his victims from neighbouring Lesotho, sedating the women before performing illegal operations them. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
UBER-BRUSSELS/ATTACKS
RTR4UMPN
March 24, 2015
People walk past a taxi parked outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
People walk past a taxi parked outside a railway station in central Brussels
People walk past a taxi parked outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels police on Monday arrested a taxi driver who confessed to taking part in several incidents of intimidation against drivers using the Uber ride-sharing app, in the latest controversy over the U.S. tech company in Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman
UBER-BRUSSELS/ATTACKS
RTR4UMPL
March 24, 2015
Customers wait for taxis outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels police...
Brussels, Belgium
Customers wait for taxis outside a railway station in central Brussels
Customers wait for taxis outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels police on Monday arrested a taxi driver who confessed to taking part in several incidents of intimidation against drivers using the Uber ride-sharing app, in the latest controversy over the U.S. tech company in Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman
UBER-BRUSSELS/ATTACKS
RTR4UMP8
March 24, 2015
Taxis are parked outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels police on Monday...
Brussels, Belgium
Taxis are parked outside a railway station in central Brussels
Taxis are parked outside a railway station in central Brussels March 24, 2015. Brussels police on Monday arrested a taxi driver who confessed to taking part in several incidents of intimidation against drivers using the Uber ride-sharing app, in the latest controversy over the U.S. tech company in Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman
RUSSIA-NAVALNY/
RTR4SAH3
March 06, 2015
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015....
Moscow, Russia
Russian opposition leader Navalny walks out of detention center in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015. Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention center on March 6, a week after fellow opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in what his allies say was a political killing aimed at intimidating them. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA-NAVALNY/
RTR4SA6U
March 06, 2015
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, talks to the media as he walks out of a detention center...
Moscow, Russia
Russian opposition leader Navalny walks out of detention center in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, talks to the media as he walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015. Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention center on March 6, a week after fellow opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in what his allies say was a political killing aimed at intimidating them. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA-NAVALNY/
RTR4SA6G
March 06, 2015
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, gestures as he walks out of a detention center in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Russian opposition leader Navalny walks out of detention center in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, gestures as he walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015. Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention center on March 6, a week after fellow opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in what his allies say was a political killing aimed at intimidating them. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA-NAVALNY/
RTR4SA5Q
March 06, 2015
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015....
Moscow, Russia
Russian opposition leader Navalny walks out of detention center in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015. Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention center on March 6, a week after fellow opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in what his allies say was a political killing aimed at intimidating them. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-NAVALNY/
RTR4SA5P
March 06, 2015
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015....
Moscow, Russia
Russian opposition leader Navalny walks out of detention center in Moscow
Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, walks out of a detention center in Moscow March 6, 2015. Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention center on March 6, a week after fellow opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in what his allies say was a political killing aimed at intimidating them. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Society
Society
CSI: Pakistan - 24 Feb 2015
18 PICTURES
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1LH
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1L3
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, attends a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1KS
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1K2
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1JW
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, poses for photographers after a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FIFA/ALI
RTR4O1J1
February 03, 2015
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
London, United Kingdom
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association,...
Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's Asian vice president and chairman of the Jordan Football Association, speaks during a news conference in central London February 3, 2015. Prince Ali, 39, launched his bid for the FIFA presidency on Tuesday and said it was time for the "culture of intimidation" in world soccer's governing body to end. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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