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· October, 2010

Stories about Education from October, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: LGBT Community Speaks Out

Puerto Rico: “Guadalupe Should Not be the Provost”

Ethiopia: On Ethiopian Intellectuals

Africa: Africans Turn to Each Other for Expert Advice

Video: One Minute Jr video nominees for 2010 Awards

The nominees for each of the 3 categories in the One Minutes Jr project competition 2010 have been selected. In each of the categories of  (Self)-portrait, Inside-Out and One Minute...

China: Professional test-takers

Africa: African Science Cafes

Puerto Rico: Student Blog Continues Coverage

Kazakhstan: Education System Flaws

China: Protest over “Mandarin only” education program

Africa: Engaging Francophone/Anglophone divide in researching Africa

South Korea: Protesting with Flowers and Pink Placards

In South Korea, a female protester made a change in the conservative education sector, a feat no burly protester with a Molotov cocktail has succeeded in achieving over several decades.

Serbia: Children Get Military Training in Russian Camps

In the prime of the newest public discussion on patriotism and the origin of violence in the Serbian society, newspaper Danas reported that two years ago Serbian children, aged 11...

Dominican Republic: Citizens for Education

Mexico: Poster Child for Child Labor Still Working on the Street

Brazil: Day by Day in a Favela School

South Korea: North Korean Defector's Struggling Life In Big Cities

Singapore EduCamp

Benin: Text Messages to Help Protect Children Against Violence: Lessons Learned

The Violence Against Children (VAC) project is an initiative co-implemented by PLAN and Save the Children in West Africa and takes place over 4 years in seven countries. The project...

Sri Lanka: Why The Students Protest

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