Stories about Education from August, 2017
"The single gesture of caressing this petite lady on the face makes him –magically– a tender giant".
"How can we achieve reform when the state still treats those who voice concern about public issues as its enemies?"
' If this is what they demand, CUP should give up its China- based site and carry on elsewhere. '
President John Magufuli has chastised NGOs in Tanzania for encouraging teenage mothers to go back to school, stating that they were leading to a state of "moral decay" in Tanzania.
“Unresolved injustices are not acceptable […] With this exhibition, I chose to focus on creating a space for healing, of sanctuaries for those to whom justice has been unrequited.”
Ingenious solutions to big problems. Barbering becomes an alternative to crime for Peru's youngsters.
“Why do they call it ‘religious science’ when it’s not a science, but a subject about beliefs. So it needs to be called ‘religious beliefs’.”
Sexual harassment is a domination strategy that many medical students have had to contend with in one of the most important universities in Paraguay.
Japanese Politician Pressures School Principal About the Use of History Textbook that Explains the ‘Comfort Women’ Issue
‘Why was this textbook selected?’ trended on Twitter after a Japanese politician questioned the selection of a school textbook referencing the ‘comfort women’ issue.