Stories about Education from July, 2017
The African Community Reacts to Emmanuel Macron's Comments on Birth Rates in Africa
"Here is the question that we must ask: is it up to a non-African president to tell our women how many children they should have?"
Brazil’s First Indigenous Online Radio Station Uses Digital Media to Promote Native Languages and Communities
Rádio Yandê uses technology to shred stereotypes and misconceptions about Brazil’s native communities.
The Powerful Groups Enabling Sexual Harassment of Paraguayan University Students
Students who report their professors for sexual harassment face a trinity of impunity in the state, the Catholic Church, and academia.
How Are Boys and Girls Supposed to Sit, Walk, and Dance? An Experiment in India's Gujarat
Pink versus blue, pretty versus brave: the childhood landscape is mined with pernicious gender stereotypes that dictate how we behave as adults.
Trinidad & Tobago's Secondary School Entrance Exam: Elitist, Divisive, Irrelevant?
"An education system that rewards a few at the expense of the rest. . . is not about education at all; it's about divide and conquer."
Erdogan's Post-Evolutionary Turkey Floods School Classrooms, Threatens Universities
No more Darwin for schoolchildren, but that might not be the end of it.
Many Mozambicans Aren't on Board With a Minister's Idea of Using Old Buses as Classrooms
"I have nothing against recycling, but to suggest that the children of the poor be squeezed into the old buses from the companies’ trash..."
The ‘Chain of Care’ Allowing Mothers to Attend College in Paraguay Has Nothing to Do with Government
In a country where childcare options are almost non-existent, the only support for women students with children comes from their families.