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· July, 2011

Stories about Education from July, 2011

28 July 2011

Poland: The State of Reading

A few weeks ago, a new social campaign - Reading in Poland - was launched by one of Poland's largest daily newspapers due to the fact that reading rates in...

Puerto Rico: Science and Ethics

Puerto Rico: Libraries and Reading

Africa: Membership Opens For mLab SA

24 July 2011

Philippines: Planking Against Education Cuts

Thousands of students in the Philippines took to the streets on July 19 to demand a higher budget for education from President Noynoy Aquino. The protesting students used the latest...

20 July 2011

Singapore: Popular primary schools versus neighbourhood schools

Uruguay: A Critical Look at Secondary Education

North Korean Defectors Living in South Korea

Chile: Students Take Over Schools Demanding Education Reform

Students have taken over hundreds of schools throughout Chile, turning their classrooms into temporary homes while they demand free and higher quality education. They are sharing their movement online through...

16 July 2011

Bangladesh: Sexual Assault By A Teacher Triggers Student Uprising

The recent protests at the Viqarunnisa Noon School and College (VNC) in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, has stirred much buzz in the Bangladeshi blogosphere. After a three-fold campaign via Blogs,...

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