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· June, 2008

Stories about Education from June, 2008

Angola: Photo reportage by a reader

No More Highschool For Omani Blogger

Cambodia: Riding the Wave of Change

In a country where men tend to have more privileges in family and society, a new wave of change is about to begin. Sopheap Chak is another urban woman with...

Cuba: Above average

China: Earthquake Runaway Teacher

Armenia: Higher Education Blog

Venezuela: Government Halts Proposed Education and Intelligence Policy Changes

In 2007, when President Hugo Chávez announced that he was going to begin the “5 engines for the construction of socialism in Venezuela,” he did not know that one year...

Serbia: Free Wi-Fi Zone Vandalized

Iran: Citizen Media Sex Scandal

Earlier this month, students at Zanjan University in North-West Iran recorded and uploaded a video of their school's vice president, Hassan Madadi, with his shirt unbuttoned, allegedly preparing to have...

China: Universal Education and Fragile School Buildings

Belarus: Minsk

China: Prepping for Beijing

China: Beijing students forced out for Olympics?

China: Learn Chinese for the Olympics

Kazakhstan: Petrodollars, English Teachers

Iraq: Return of a Kidnapped Neighbour

Hong Kong: Education

South Korea: Pro-Beef Comics Sent to Schools

Paraguay: Producing a Bill Gates

Iran:Sex scandal in University

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