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· January, 2010

Stories about Education from January, 2010

Africa: African women's struggle for credibility

Hungary, Slovakia: Open Borders, Assimilation, Nationalism

China: How does the young generation view Confucius

A rumor circulated on the web that all the 2D versions of Avatar have been pulled out of the Chinese cinemas to make way for the domestic movie Confucius. Despite...

Saudi Arabia: A Barcamp

Kenya: Kiswahili an optional subject

Afghanistan: Youth Find Outlets Amid Ongoing Violence

Last year was the deadliest one for Afghanistan's civilians, including children, since the American-led war began in 2001. Despite the circumstances, efforts are being made nationwide by and for youth...

Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti: Emergency SMS

Tunisia: Bloggers Against Student Imprisonment

The recent trials of a group of Tunisian students and their sentencing to prison terms ranging from six months of three years after organizing a sit-in in a university accommodation...

Georgia: Patriotic military classes

Barbados, Haiti: Helping our Neighbours

South Africa: Photos of first day in school from readers

Cambodia: Conference on “Open knowledge, free culture”

Bahamas: Investing in Culture

Lebanon: Valet Parking

Zimbabwe: Reality TV show as medium to learn about Constructive Criticism

Through a video training process children in Zimbabwe wrote, performed, filmed and edited a short movie showing how gossip and badly given criticism could kill.

Political Witch-Hunt at the University of the Philippines

Taiwan: Teaching anthropology in Hualien

Oman: Diet, Podcast, and the Higher Educational System

Omani bloggers are back in the blogging scene as they start the new year with big resolutions and plans, writes Riyadh Al Balushi.

China: The tragic curtain call of substitute teachers

India: University Portal Offers Free E-education

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