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· October, 2008

Stories about Education from October, 2008

U.S and South Korea: Currency Crisis and Korean Students in the US

Cambodia: Hero of the Year nominee

SketchPAN: World without Words

SketchPAN, a service from Korea, aims to create a easy platform for people to express themselves with paintings. In the world without words, language is no longer a barrier for...

Jamaica, Guyana: Academic Performance

Japan: 10 rules for debating, from students in Finland

Venezuela: How Children Show Their Community Through Photography

Ancla2 is an educational cooperative devoted to teaching photography, technology, and media skills to children from small and poor communities in Venezuela, who have discovered a new way to see...

Japan: Net users versus mainstream media on Governor Hashimoto

Western Sahara: Educational Success

Iran: Blogging from the Smallest School in the World

Here is another story about how blogging can change lives in a positive way and attract attention to invisible parts of this world. Abdul Mohammad She’rani, a young Iranian teacher...

Guyana: Social Services

Saudi Arabia: Funding Increased for Scholarships

Jordan: Rumours, Gap Year Foreign Students, and Body of Lies

From an innocent murmur to a devastating consequence on the life of an innocent girl, see how rumours can destroy lives in Jordan in this round up of Jordanian blogs...

Nicaragua: Student Frustrations

Japan: Top 100 Hot Entries on Hatena Bookmarks

Jamaica: “Old Boy”

Kuwait: The Plight of a Foreign Teacher

Algeria: Student Kills Teacher

Belize: Major Flooding

Macedonia: Update on the ‘Computer for Every Child’ Project

Japan: Children in tears over potato fields, net users suspicious

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