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· April, 2008

Stories about Education from April, 2008

Iran: Hunger Strike in Sahand University

Bahrain: Food, Money and Traffic

Bahraini bloggers are sticking to the important subjects this week: food, money and traffic congestion, writes Ayesha Saldanha who brings us the latest vibes from the local blogosphere this week.

Bahamas: Educational Responsibility

Venezuela: Debates on the New Educational Curriculum

The Venezuelan government's new proposal for the elementary school education system has created a new point of debate in the country. While some say that the previous program needs to...

Touring Libyan Blogs: Pride, Patriotism, Nationalism and Chastity

There obviously is a link between patriotism, nationalism and pride but where do the women figure in this equation? If you are curious, bear with me and let's dissect the...

India: Teaching them about reservation

Hong Kong: Net Respect Project

Japan and China: Nationalistic Language Learning

Argentina: Suggestion for Charging Monthly Fee at the UBA

Ecuador: Joining the Creative Commons Community

The Creative Commons license in Ecuador was recently unveiled at a university in Loja. Many bloggers applaud this iniative and have been quick to adopt these licenses for their own...

Russia: Computerization of the Russian North

India: Education and Schooling

Colombia: Diverse Cultures in Public Universities

Bahrain: Can't Spell New York

Japan: Why can't I be an anarchist?

Rare books on Southeast Asian histories burned

Chilean Shorts: Micro and Mini Movies on the Web

From Chile, three examples of online video creation: first, a Chilean pre-candidate for the presidency takes advantage of online video tools to produce documentaries and interviews for web distribution, next,...

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: Debt of Gratitude

Uruguay: 365 versions of La Cumparsita

Iraq: No Graduations

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