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In almost all of today’s armed conflicts, schools and other institutions that should be safe for children and teachers are ripped apart by violence.

Romania has become the 65th country to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration and join a global movement to protect learning at all levels during armed conflict.

As a senior in an American high school, I couldn’t help imagining what my school would have been like if occupied by soldiers.

The looting or use of schools for military purposes by armed groups has occurred repeatedly during the past four years of war in the CAR.

Barely 48 hours after three suicide bombers attacked the University of Maiduguri; another bomber on Saturday detonated his explosive outside the perimeter fencing of the school.

Educators face pressure to give good marks to young fighters while others are swapping chalk for Kalashnikovs after lessons

Denmark has become the 64th country to join a rapidly expanding community of states committed to protecting education during armed conflict.

Education should not be an accepted or inevitable casualty of war.

Another concern was the high number of attacks on schools and teachers, especially the increase since 2015 of such attacks in indigenous communities.

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