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· August, 2009

Stories about Education from August, 2009

Haiti: The Revolution & Human Rights

Barbados, Bahamas: Education Nations

Peru: Teacher Guides for XO Laptops

Bermuda: Educate, Don't Leglislate

Barbados: Respecting the Environment

Sri Lanka: Perils Of Communal Schools

Bermuda: Choosing a Path

Tanzania: Ngugi Wa Thiong'o to address conference

China: Han's prejudices and discriminations towards Uyghur

The July 5 Xinjiang riot has passed over a month and the majority of Chinese netizens are still blaming the West and Rebiya Kadeer for promoting Xinjiang separatist movements. Nevertheless,...

Nepal: OLPC And Primary School Curriculum

India: The Free Education Bill

Bahamas: Thinking About Democracy

Bahamas, Puerto Rico: Education Failing?

Armenia: HIV-AIDS education and awareness

Korea: Anti-Mother Internet Cafe

A teenager made an internet cafe (internet club) with the name of ‘Anti-Mother Cafe’ and many young people joined it. As we can see from the name, it is for...

Palestine: School Graduation In Gaza

The tawjihi is the general secondary examination in Gaza, the West Bank and Jordan, and it determines a student's choice of university and major. This year the exams were held...

Armenia: Demographic crisis

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