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· April, 2007

Stories about Education from April, 2007

19 April 2007

Arabeyes: Thoughts on the Virginia Tech Massacre

For Algerian student Nouri, who studies in the US, the shooting at Virginia Tech is too close to home for comfort. He links to the above photograph, from the Washington...

The Moroccan blogosphere reacts to the Virginia Tech massacre

These past few days, the world's eyes have been turned toward the Virginia Tech massacre; the Moroccan blogosphere in particular notes the connection that Fox News has tried to make...

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: VT Tragedy Hits Home

Iran:Reflections on Virginia Tech

Iran:Virginia shooting in Iranian Blogestan

Haji Washington[Fa] says if a Korean student had killed people in a European university as this stupid guy did in Virginia Tech, a wave of hatred would create serious problems...

Philippines: SMS Tax

Tajikistan: Cultural Faux Pas or Nation Building?

No more golden teeth, mobile phones in lecture halls, hijabs, sexy clothes - and from now on even no more Russian name endings! What's behind Tajikistan's recent flurry of cultural...

18 April 2007

Indian Bloggers on Virginia Tech: Stunned, sad and a million questions

The tragedy at Virginia Tech has shocked people around the world. SAJA Forum says “Bloody Monday will darken and bruise Virginia Tech forever, and at this point in time, early...

14 April 2007

Chile: building a new educational understanding

These days one of the issues that is capturing the attention of Chilean bloggers is the educational reform. The LOCE, Constitutional Organic Law of Students is being reformed to a...

Malawi: A Biblical Lesson for Malawi Politicians, Blogger Graduates With a Distinction, Unique Lake Malawi Species and Robots Separate Couple

Whoever is reading this might know just how dangerous it can be to trust anything on the Internet. The reasons are numerous. No need to labour and explain them. Malawi's...

13 April 2007

Argentina: Scholar networks, the Web according to professors

One of the most pressing issues of Latin America's education system is the teacher's poor training in the use of new technology, particularly those related to computers and the Internet....