Stories about Education from September, 2019
The protest actions in Southeast Asia highlighted various issues such as the impact of large-scale mining, haze pollution, and continuing dependence on fossil fuels.
For the 1,800 talented students who have trained at the DCMA, this is the only musical home they know, where they can learn and grow as professional musicians and artists.
"If we cannot make space and listen to the person that says no, then democracy dies. It’s that fundamental."
"[The] government ought to arrest those ruined the Temple and school, no one has the right to harm other religious places."
In Cameroon, separatists have used school boycotts as a bargaining chip. Fighters have killed and kidnapped teachers in English regions to keep schools from opening again until demands are met.
As mental health awareness grows and the need for addressing the existing gap becomes more imminent, many more community-based initiatives are required to relieve the mental health crisis in India.
The anti-extradition protests are shaping a more resilient generation of student activists.
“Some children can’t catch up with other students and decide to stop and go to work.”