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· May, 2011

Stories about Education from May, 2011

Mexico: Blogger Interviews Teacher Who Sang to Students During Shooting

Nigeria: Memories of attending a boarding school

Africa: African Diplomas and French Schools

South Korea: Students Protest Over High University Tuition

Mexico: Teacher Sings with Students During Shooting

The YouTube video showing a kindergarten teacher singing with her students to keep them calm during a shooting in Monterrey, Mexico has spread almost virally through the Spanish speaking countries.

Bangladesh: Wi-Fi And Digital Campus

Mexico: Teacher Protests in Oaxaca Continue

Cuba: Students Need Internet

Philippines: K+12 education reform

Sri Lanka: Transparency Regarding ‘Boot Camp’ For Youth

Russia: Moscow Schools and Migrants’ Children

Barbados: Sir Hilary's Gaffe

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Women & HIV

Mexico: Teachers March on National Teachers Day

Nigeria: 15 year old Nigerian teenager gets admission to Harvard

Philippines: New bar examination format

Colmbia: Video Shows Anti-Riot Police Agression Towards University of Antioquia Student

Africa: Helsinki Africa Film Festival

China: Red Culture Fever

2011 is turning out to be a year for 'red culture' revival, mocked fiercely online but taken seriously by courts, prisons, universities, television stations and police departments in a growing...

Hong Kong: Brainwashing Education

The Hong Kong Education Bureau is planning to make patriotic education compulsory for primary and secondary school children. The objective of the Moral and National Education Curriculum is to help...

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