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· June, 2006

Stories about Education from June, 2006

Thailand: Persistence Pays

China: Senior high reflections

Jamaica, Cuba: Med school employment woes

Philippines: Freshmen in Campus

Africa: What Internet Brings

Vietnam: Students honour Cambodian Science Olympiad Winners

Iran: Death of Intellectualism

China: When studying hard doesn't get you into college, there's always corruption

The obsessive amount of attention paid to Gao Kao (高考)—China's university entrance exams—each year suggests either collective national psychic trauma or an education system ready for some reform. Although the...

Aruba: Blaming Dutch

Bahamas: Education consensus

Mexico: Teen Engineer Takes Home Three Awards

Kenya: The future is not what it used to be

China: Internet access in Tibet

China: University students riot

Mexico: Teachers Protest in Oaxaca

While much of the country remains focused on the daily football happenings across the Atlantic, a small insurrection of protesting teachers and their sympathizers has taken to the streets of...

Cambodia: Teacher's Strike

China: student riot

China and Japan: Animation academy

From the Kingdom of Cambodia to the United States of America

In July, Somongkol Teng will leave Cambodia for the United States to pursue a master's degree in Higher Education Administration. Under the US State Department's Fulbright grant Somongkol plans to...

Arabisc: The Arabic Bloggers Ken, Media, Anti-Blogging and the World Cup

Blogging nightmare… Starting with hot news this week, it looks that the Egyptian blogsphere is going to have more hard time in the near future. Following Aljazeera's one hour TV...

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