teachers

  • 17 Jul 2009

    All teachers know that children are the future of any country's success. It is no different for African children. Their education is key to future economic growth and lasting democracy, leading to greater stability and improved standards of living. The current state of education in Africa, however, is plagued by a lack of funds, teachers, textbooks, and equipment.

  • 17 Jul 2009

    In truth, what gives teachers the most pleasure is seeing their children learn. That's why ethical, charity gifts work so well and have become so popular in recent years.

  • 16 Feb 2009

    Teachers in Lancashire’s Church of England schools are being challenged to adopt a £15 a week food budget during Lent, to raise funds for Asylum Seekers.

  • 13 Nov 2007

    Many teachers would rather receive an ethical gift that benefits children in developing countries - such as those from World Vision, Christian Aid and Oxfam, than chocolate or a bottle of wine, a survey suggests.

  • 26 Sep 2007