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· October, 2006

Stories about Education from October, 2006

Haiti: Circles of Change

Bermuda: Dr. Brown's opportunity

Caribbean: Say no to monarchs and “faith schools”

Kyrgyzstan: Corruption in Education

Violence and Misinformation Abound in Oaxaca

The usually tranquil Southern Mexican tourist town of Oaxaca – with its large, shaded plaza and gallery-lined alleys – had transformed into a political pressure cooker over the past few...

Arabisc: Sexual Harrassment and the Egyptian Blogosphere

After a month of abstinence (from sex naturally) during daylight hours in the Holy month of Ramadhan, a mob of sex starved Egyptians decided to celebrate Eid by attacking and...

Iran: UN Resolution Targets Iranian Students

Cambodia: New Lecturer

Mexico: Teachers Return to Classrooms, APPO Wants Proof

Ghana: using robotics to teach creativity

United Arab Emirates: eBook and Education

Africa: mud-brick building should be standardized

Malaysia: Human Capital Development in Ottoman Empire

China: history book

Sri Lanka: Let's talk about Sex

Blogging Tunisia: ban, censorship and more censorship…

The major issue that has attracted the attention of the Tunisian bloggers in the last two weeks was the campaign against the Islamic veil launched by the Tunisian regime to...

Guyane: School Hitting Controversy

Poland's Pulse in the Blogosphere

Local Dancers in Poland's Lake District (Mazury) prepare for Sieja (kind of fish) Fish Festival – by Embe, WarsawDaily Perhaps a Christmas footballing miracle has come early, as Kinuk reports...

Hong Kong: CE's policy address

Yesterday (Oct 12), the Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, Donald Tsang defended his second policy address in the legislative council. The selection of next CE will be 8 months...

Ukraine: “Politics That Pays”

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