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· July, 2006

Stories about Education from July, 2006

Georgia: United National Exams

India: First a blackboard, then the laptop

Mexico: Poll Numbers and Teachers Strike

India: The hundred dollar laptop

China: school close down

Fiji: Introducing a Fiji Webresource

Armenia: Military Training

Light in darkness, Petroleum prices in Ghana, Famine and Education in Cameroon

Read about Light in darkness, Petroleum prices in Ghana, Famine and Education in Cameroon.

Oaxaca: Photographing the Teacher's Strike

Chile, Argentina: One Laptop per Child

Pakistan: Going abroad to study

Iran: Dark days for Communication Sciences

East Asia: Americanization of legal education

Bolivia: Indigenous Studies Versus Global Competitiveness

Thailand: Making Colleagues Jealous

Hong Kong: learning from parent

Tajikistan: Russian “Illiteracy”

Belarus: Scholarship Fraud and Brain Drain

Hong Kong: Tree policy

Philippines: Exporting nurses to the world

The most popular college degree in the Philippines today is nursing. More than 100,000 Filipino nurses have left the country to seek better opportunities.

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