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· September, 2012

Stories about Education from September, 2012

India: Build Your Own Map to Improve Your City

Transparent Chennai is a platform for citizen engagement to help the citizens of Chennai counter inaccurate or incomplete government data with crowdsourced maps, and make better claims on the government...

35 Million Escape Poverty – But Can Brazil Overcome Inequality?

The United Nations campaign to end poverty in 2015 is finding results in Brazil, home to 194 million people. Some 35 million Brazilians have escaped poverty over the last decade,...

Puerto Rico: Plagiarism Revealed Through the Net

Janet Marilyn Hernández, a Venezuelan blogger and public relations professional, discovered that her thesis was plagiarized in a newspaper article and blog post written by professor Ivan Ríos of the...

Burundi: A Political Will to Provide Universal Education

Singapore: Charity Group Targets Poor Children in Laos and Vietnam

A group of seven professional Swedish women based in Singapore have formed the charity organization Together for Charity. Today, the group gathers donations to support an orphanage in Laos and...

Egypt: Sex Education for Youth

Cambodia: Photo of BarCamp Phnom Penh 2012

Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review

Mexico: A Photographic Glimpse into Midwifery Around the World

Intercultural Midwifery is the topic of this Offbeat Mama guest photo blog post by Brooklyn based photographer Alice Proujansky. While 5 months pregnant she traveled to photograph a cultural knowledge...

Egypt: 1.5km Human Chain Protest Outside Nile University

China: Guangzhou Students Protest University Gender Quotas

Guinea: Are Guineans less Capable than their Neighbours?

Peace Corps Volunteers are Leaving Turkmenistan

It has been announced that the Peace Corps - a U.S. government-run volunteer program - will close its programs in Turkmenistan and leave the country by the end of 2012....

Hong Kong: Anti-National Education Protest, 360 Degree Scene

Egypt: Teenager Confronts Militarization of Schools

As criticism of the military institution grows in Egypt, a young man takes a brave step to confront military interference in the education system. Ahmed Awadalla speaks to Ahmed Hassan,...

China, Hong Kong: Controller of National Education

Croatia: Promoting Solar Energy at Terraneo Music Festival

Tajikistan: Bribes and Neckties in Universities

Jordan: What Happened to Education?

Hong Kong: Why Is “National Education” Scary?

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