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· August, 2011

Stories about Education from August, 2011

Malaysia: Islamization of Education

Brazil: Teachers Protest for Better Wages

Ukraine: Western Bloggers React to Ukrainian Official's Steve Jobs Plagiarism

Trinidad & Tobago: Remembering Professor Julian Kenny

On August 9, Trinidad and Tobago lost a patriot. Julian Kenny, retired Professor of Zoology at the St. Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies, naturalist, former independent...

Russia: A Psycho-Neurological Patient's Photo Stories

Pasha Kyshtymov, a lifelong psycho-neurological patient in Siberia, cannot communicate through speech, but had no problems learning to express himself through photography. On his blog, the Russian photographer Oleg Klimov...

Chile: International Support for Students Seeking Education Reforms

Haiti: Jobs Needed for Progress

Trinidad & Tobago: A Patriot Passes On

Chile: Demonstrators Thwart Hooded Violent Protestors

Chilean students protesting for educational reforms have been rallying since April and in the process have been forcefully controlled with water cannons and tear gas. A recent video has shown...

Chile: August 9 Protests for Education Reform

Russia: Learning Russian Via Social Networks

Chile: How to Follow the Student Protests Online

Puerto Rico: Threats to a Secular State

Global: Tracking Teacher Strikes and Protests

Chile: Families March for Education Reform

Maldives: Quality Schools

Sri Lanka: Comparing Intelligence

The Balkans: Over Half of the Population Uses the Internet

Danica Radovanovic reports on the findings of a study of Internet usage in the Balkan region.

Chile: Citizen Videos of August 4 Clashes Between Students and Police

Colombia: University Dean Removed for Inviting Abortion Advocates

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