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Attacks on higher education communities are occurring at an alarming rate around the world, threatening the safety and well-being of scholars, students and staff, according to a new report by the New York-based Scholars at Risk network or SAR.

The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack strongly condemns the killing of students and teachers in the October 26, 2016 bombing of a school compound in Idlib, Syria.

A teacher was killed and another wounded by motorcycle gunmen in Thailand on Friday.

6 children, including a baby, have been killed in the past two days.

Children are bearing the brunt of the violence that has engulfed Syria.

GCPEA is seeking highly qualified applicants for a Gender Project Program Officer position, as well as an internship.

This tragedy occurs a week after celebrating World Teachers’ Day (5 October) and almost a month before celebrating Universal Children’s Day (20 November), and cannot be tolerated.

In Syria, even going to school is dangerous.

According to witnesses reporting to UNICEF, armed men attacked the secondary school while a teachers training was underway.

American U of Afghanistan plans "radical" security changes when it resumes classes. Some question whether university did enough to protect students and professors in dangerous part of the world.

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