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· February, 2007

Stories about Education from February, 2007

Arabisc: A Pictorial Tour of North Africa

There is one word to describe this picture taken by American blogger Cory Driver, who is based in Morocco, and it is wow! Not being a photography critic, however, I...

China: Government study tours questioned

Somewhat related to this recent post, Sichuan province Writer's Association member and Strong China blogger Li Hongzhi looks at a recent decision from the organizational department of the provincial Communist...

Algeria: Arabic Threatened in Qatar?

Saudi Arabia: Government Cracking Down on Bloggers, New Saudi Ambassador to US, and More

A Press frenzy over Saudi school curriculums, a govermental campaign targeting a number of male Saudi bloggers, Anna Nicole Smith, Kareem Amer, forced divorces, a new government program to fight...

Kyrgyzstan: Paying for Grades

Lebanon: Academia, Agriculture and Construction

Let us begin this week’s roundup of the Lebanese blogosphere with non–political posts. Let us start from a post about two Lebanese salads that are used as appetizers during meals:...

Lebanon's War, Again

Saudi Arabia: Book Fair

Touring Libyan Blogs: Between history, hair, leadership, cleaning the floor and many more stories

Most of us have studied some history, many of us think we know history, but the majority of us are really ignorant about large parts of our own history. That...

Bahrain: Workshop on Press Freedoms

Iran:”UK universities and Islamic Republic propaganda

Iran:nuclear technology booklet for school children and teachers

Haiti: Goodbye, Tiga

Malaysia: University Dean Keeping Tabs on Students Attire

Jamaica: Henry Fowler

Iran:Watch Ahmadineajd talking about nuclear energy

Hong Kong: teaching Chinese writing course in English

Ukraine: Languages and Cars

Latvia: The Roma Community

Bahrain: Any Student Bloggers Out There?

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