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· January, 2012

Stories about Education from January, 2012

Bangladesh: Protest Against Criminalization For Archiving A Banned Book

Trinidad & Tobago: Abuse of Trust

Trinidad & Tobago: Reviving Capital Punishment?

India: Right To Education vs. The Right Education

Colombia: Rector of University of Tolima Resigns

Trinidad & Tobago: Indigenous Portrayal in History

Guyana: Protest at University

South Korea: Kids Become Outcasts for Not Having Branded Bags

Puerto Rico: Vigilance over SOPA & PIPA

Guyana: Kissoon Firing as “Rodney Redux”

Guyana: “Controversial” Kissoon

Venezuela: Soledad Ramírez, One of Caracas’ Heroes

Spain: Electricity Cut Off for one School in Alicante

Iran: Gender based books for schools

Ukraine: Bandera on the Move

Cuba: Tackling Racism

Caribbean: Thank You, Dr. King

Today, the United States marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day - a floating holiday which celebrates the birthday of the late civil right leader. The occasion resonates with Caribbean bloggers,...

Brazil: Student Protests Against Bus Fare Increases in Piaui

Since the beginning of the year, thousands of students have been protesting against the increase in bus fares in the capital of the state of Piaui. The demonstrators are forcefully...

Ukraine: Gasprinsky Crimean Tatar Library

Hungary: President Accused of Plagiarism

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