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· July, 2009

Stories about Education from July, 2009

Sri Lanka: English Language Standards

Cuba, U.S.A.: Cabot Journalism Prize

Caribbean: On Henry Gates Jr.

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Fatherly Advice

Japan: School Lunches

Guyana, Jamaica, Bahamas, U.S.A.: Racial Profiling?

Syria: Focus on Ability

Bangladesh: Research In The Universities

Puerto Rico, Bahamas: Education Issues

Bangladesh: The Aged Student Leaders

India: Once a teacher, always a teacher

Africa: Challenges for African language study in America

Dominica: Investing in Women

Arab World: Trouble for Gay Travels in the Muslim World

The first gay book to have been ever translated into Arabic after being originally printed in English has run into problems straight off the press. Katharine Ganly reports on blogger...

Ghana: Hope and candour float in Ghana following Obama's visit

In anticipation of the coming of US president Barack Obama to Ghana from 10-11th July, the community—established in 2008 to promote the work of Ghanaian bloggersand bloggers writing about...

Malaysia: No to English in Science & Mathematics

No more English in science and mathematics by 2012 in Malaysia. That is the long overdue decision from the Ministry of Education on the policy of teaching science and mathematics...

Tanzania: Updates for 6th Pan African Reading For All Conference

Fiji: Journalism schools’ standards questioned

Sri Lanka: Facebook Banned In A Girl's School

Tanzania: Updates for 6th Pan African Reading For All Conference

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