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· March, 2010

Stories about Education from March, 2010

Costa Rica: Bicycles, Birthdays and Teachers

Afghanistan: Photo-project for youth

South Africa: inappropriate content in the classroom stage

Sri Lanka: The Crisis In Secondary Education

Azerbaijan: Youth, human rights and the Blogosphere

Saudi Arabia: Why KASP is Flawed

What is the Japanese Language Proficiency Test?

Haiti: More than a FAD

Trinidad & Tobago: Proper Attribution

Slovakia: Unwanted Patriotism

Slovak netizens react to a draft bill by the Slovak National Party (SNS), which will introduce "obligatory patriotism" in Slovakia beginning April 1.

USA: March 4 Day of Action to Defend Education

The March 4 National Day of Action to Defend Education is underway at several United States universities. Students are protesting against tuition fee hikes and racism, and for free publicly-funded...

Poland: Students Suing Former Minister of Education

Last year, two Wroclaw students signed a petition asking the headmaster to remove religious symbols from their school building - but he refused. The minister of education called these students...

Guyana: Death of a Language

Dominica: Pick Up A Book

Myanmar: Privatization of Public Schools

Haiti: Global Support for Fight vs. AIDS

South Korea: Robot English teacher

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