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· December, 2009

Stories about Education from December, 2009

Thailand's English as Second Language industry

Uruguay: The Best Blogs from School-Aged Children

Israel: Defining Parenting Styles

Azerbaijan: Education, free thought and development

Japan: Peace picture books

Fiji: History syllabus that should be history

Tunisia: Student Jailed for Media Interview

Tunisian activists have started a Facebook group and a blog in support of Mohamed Soudani, 24, who disappeared on October 22, 2009, in Tunisia, after giving interviews to Radio Monte...

China: Another elite's suicide – the story of Yang Yuanyuan

YANG Yuanyuan, a 30-year-old postgraduate at Shanghai Maritime University, hanged herself in her bathroom on November 25. She told her mother that knowledge cannot change destiny on the day before she...

Russian Google Books Site Launched

Kazakhstan: Taking the blogosphere’s pulse for the month

Bloggers continue to share their opinions on current events, from questions of government and regional development in the republic, to musings on the interrelatedness between social behavior and consumer priorities.

Colombia: Critique and Rebuttal on Medellín Digital

Russia: “Teaching the Rich in Moscow”

ICT4D for Women: Opportunities and Risks

Mobile phones present opportunities for development as well as risks for further abuse and marginalization of women. Gender awareness is crucial when it comes to using ICT for development.

Trinidad & Tobago: Small Farmers

Slovakia: Controversial Politician Opposes Construction of a Casino

TriGranit, one of Europe's largest property developers, in cooperation with Harrah's Entertainment, the world's largest gaming company, are to build a leisure and shopping complex with a casino in Slovakia....

Peru: Students Complain After Charge on Raffle Tickets

Bhutan: Grades vs Education

Austria: How Social Media Set “Universities on Fire”

Did you know that at this very moment many universities throughout Europe are occupied by students? This remarkable movement has been coordinated entirely via online social media.

China: Draining the brain?

Both the blogosphere and the mainstream media in China have been alerting us to the country’s severe brain drain. According to the Global Times, around 1.4 million Chinese have gone abroad...

Trinidad & Tobago: Gay Issues at CHOGM

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