Education Pictured!

© GPE/Paul Martinez (Flickr)

700+ beautiful education photos from around the world in our new photo gallery

We are pleased to announce that our new Photo Gallery is now available on Flickr.

How about traveling around the world online and seeing what a school looks like in Cambodia, Mali or Honduras?

Or learning what’s in a reading textbook from Mali?

See how Sri Lankan children learn to count by playing in a “math park.”

If you are looking for a photo to illustrate your education articles or blogs, check out our gallery and feel free to download any photo (with proper credit to GPE and the photographer). Our Creative Commons license lets you use our photos in any non-commercial applications.

Children gather around a table with assignments, GPE/Paul Martinez

© GPE/Paul Martinez (Flickr)

The gallery currently has more than 700 photos organized in easy to find sets by country, event and theme such as girls’ education, technology and education, or teachers.

We will add new photos to the gallery regularly so come back to check it out often.

Happy viewing!

We hope you’ll get involved in helping children learn and grow, and join our conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

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