Posts Tagged: education
Has society let go of the belief that disparate communities can be brought together for a common goal without one absorbing the other or both tearing each other apart?
Taiwan's political press is calling a student textbook protest the country's next Sunflower Movement — "High School Edition."
The deliberate targeting of schools has become a flashpoint in the war between Yemen's rebels and a Saudi-led coalition.
Graduating from protesters to politicians, Chile's student leaders achieved the legislative wins that have eluded their Occupy counterparts.
Romanian educators perpetuate a vicious cycle of failure with Roma children.
Many families in Nigeria are already skeptical about women's education. The Nigerian government's failure to protect schoolgirls makes it worse.
Are Rwanda's post-genocide youth programs paving the way for future unrest?
Peru is grappling with a host of issues stemming from its violent struggle against insurgent movements.
Whether of necessity or not, education takes a back seat to basic needs in Haiti.
In our special focus on Islamophobia, Farid Panjwani talks about the relationship between religion and citizenship, the impact of Sharia law, and the role of Muslim faith schools.