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· February, 2007

Stories about Education from February, 2007

18 February 2007

A Week in the Saudi Blogosphere

False assumptions of a Saudi threat to US campuses, a bald Britney Spears, two new Saudi air carriers, Valentine's day, and the infamous “burqini;” all that and much more is...

16 February 2007

China: Sexologist shuts up

Renowned Chinese sociologist Li Yinhe announced last week that she had been told in no uncertain terms, by people whose identity she declined to identify, to shut up. A longtime...

13 February 2007

Haiti, France: Benefit for Haitian Schools

Puerto Rico: Congress on Educational Blogs

Poland's Pulse: Healthcare Bingo, Alcohol Curfews, Red Pig

Photo by Embe at warsawdaily A week of intermittent snowfall broke a dry spell, drawing kids outdoors for some winter games. It will be a short-lived affair as the winter...

Hong Kong: academic freedom

Hong Kong: academic freedom

12 February 2007

Japan: Study time vs. TV time

9 February 2007

Flooding, Pisco, and Free Education

In the last couple weeks there has been flooding and landslides in the beautiful region of Chanchamayo, located in the central jungle of the country. Even though the media have...

5 February 2007

Arabisc: Kuwaiti Looking for an Easy A

We may have all met least those of us who have managed to secure straight As at school and university. While some us may shun them from the beginning,...