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· June, 2008

Stories about Education from June, 2008

Cape Verde: Teenage, pregnant and banned from school

The close-knit Cape Verdean blogosphere has launched a campaign against a school decision to ban a student girl on the grounds of "childbirth". An online petition demanding a special framework...

Algeria: Muslims and Education

Bahamas: At the Crossroads

Iran: Victory for students

China: Best Seller

Bahamas: Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Jamaica: Living with HIV

Iraq: University Warning to Female Students

Saudi Arabia: The Hijab and France

France banned students in its schools from wearing any religious symbols and dress denoting religious affiliations - including the Islamic headscarf or the Hijab for women - in 2004. Saudi...

China: Self-Victimization Ideology

China: Why School Crumbled?

China: Blogger suggests temperance, accused of brown-nosing

Cultural commentator Yu Qiuyu has written a post to his blog offering some suggestions to angry parents of children who died in the thousands of school buildings which collapsed in...

Poland: Bilingualism

China: Earthquake Witness from Beichuan

Algeria: Mesh Blog

Ukraine: Saying Goodbye to School

Iran: Student protest and hunger strike

Estonia: ‘Zavood’ Pub in Tartu

U.S.A.: Arthur Mkoyan's Dream Act

Colombia: Children in Caldas to Receive XO Laptops

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