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· April, 2006

Stories about Education from April, 2006

China: Truth penetrates firewall

Jordan: Customer Service

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

Football and ice hockey, hijab and fatwas, bloggers meetups, and much much more from the Saudi blogosphere this week. Let's go… Starting with Swalfy, who did not seem so surprised...

Bermuda: Technology Education portal

Martinique: Parental Rant

Taiwan: English teaching essentials

Belarus: Alternative Student Resource

Japan: Online language learning

Image from Haiti: Sell Art, Support a School

La Bonne Recolte by J.B. Chery. Image courtesy AyitiCherieConnexion AyitiCherieConnexion posts a slideshow of Haitian paintings and writes (FR): While surfing the web the other day I discovered a not-for-profit...

Serbia & Montenegro: Kosovar Schoolgirl Battling Dutch Immigration Officials

Bangladesh: Plagiarism

India: Death of a student

Central Asia: Corruption in Education

Quotas in Brazilian Universities: The Online Debate

This post is also available in Portuguese. There is an important public conversation going on in Brazil. Affirmative action quota policies are being implemented in some Brazilian universities*. The debate...

Belarus: “Public Repentance”

Kyrgyzstan: Corruption in Education

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

As a postscript to the 1970 Gil Scot Heron poem ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised‘, There will be no highlights on the eleven o'clock news… The Revolution Will Not...

Belarus: Europe's Involvement

Sri Lanka: Violence in the University

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