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· August, 2007

Stories about Education from August, 2007

Egypt: Complaining for Change

Something I love about Egyptian blogs is our tendency to complain. Firstly because we're Egyptian and its our nature and secondly because we have so much to complain about. Among...

Barbados, Cuba, Venezuela: Literacy and Health Care

Mauritania : Ignorance and Tradition

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Generously endowed women are favored in Mauritania. The fatter the woman, the more beautiful she is thought to be. Being big is...

Singapore: Unlikely Allies

Iran:Crackdown on Professors

Lebanon: Uproar at School in NY named after Khalil Gibran

Sri Lanka: Education and Nationalist Doctrine

Africa: Using ICT to promote culture

Arabeyes: Just a Pretty Face

Miss South Carolina's response in the Miss USA Pageant to a question on why a fifth of US students couldn't locate their country on the map was the butt of...

Trinidad & Tobago: Ten Things…

Jamaica: Bilingual?

India: Reverse Brain Drain from America?

The Indian Ex-President Abdul Kalam was one of the many Indian scientists who stayed back and wanted this reverse brain drain. The media in the recent days has been playing...

Gambia: The religion of sycophancy

South Africa: Continuing education is working

Jordan: Laptop for Varsity Students

Trinidad & Tobago: A Case for Condoms

Hong Kong: Nine-year-old Enters University

Namibia: Digital tools for development

France: Light punishment for racist comments by a high-school teacher.

Iraqi Student in India

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