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· June, 2009

Stories about Education from June, 2009

Bahrain: The Failure Of Education

Ghana: New Media in the Hands of Young Ghanaians

Operated by young people, for young people, YPWC exploits new media to create links with like-minded individuals and organisations around the world to enhance opportunities for young people here in...

Grimaces of education in Kazakhstan

From June 01 to June 10 school graduates in Kazakhstan were undergoing Unified National Test (UNT) – the first and one of the most important tests in their lives. As...

Bahrain: What Does “Madrasah” Mean?

Soviet History: Punk Under Totalitarian Rule

China: Calling for volunteers

Macedonia: Real Life Facebook Event

Palestine: How To Spend The Summer In Gaza

Israel: Music Videos Unite Jewish & Arab Youth

Azerbaijan: Interview with Nigar Fatali

Bahrain: Should “Native Speakers” Be Given Preference?

Trinidad & Tobago: Turtle Watching

Kazakhstan: Graduate Test Results

Brazil: The country's largest university becomes a battlefield

For a day in June, a peaceful protest against police occupation at Brazil's largest university became a bloody confrontation for the first time since the dictatorship in the 1970s. The...

Egypt: American High School Students Visit Farm

Jordan: Hands off private schools

India: The Need For Sex Education

Kazkahstan: Educational Deadlock

The problem of Kazakhstani textbooks for secondary school is still very urgent – numerous misprints, factual errors and inadequate language are charachteristic for these books. Lately, the Minister of Education...

Cambodia: Health education

Haiti: All Things Haitian

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