Education

UNESCO Associated Schools engage in a whole-school-approach to sustainability

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A working session of the ASPnet workshop in Namibia, December 2010

St. Bernard School Able To Expand With FEMA Funding

Our Lady of Prompt Succor School is expanding to better serve St. Bernard Parish's post-Katrina community with the help of $4.0 million in funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Number of seized fake euro bills falls

A survey conducted by Home Learning College among 3,000 adults reveals that 10% of Londoners have used technology to cheat in exams, compared to a 5% national average. However, across the country 38% said the internet helps them gain greater knowledge...

Dealing with difficult heritage, educating on history in South-East Europe

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Sighet Memorial Romania
The Convoy of the Martyrs

The Journey Home

When Shawn Dove of the Open Society Campaign for Black Male Achievement invited me to attend the campaign’s Mid-Western Regional Gathering in Milwaukee recently, I hesitated, not because of my lack of support for the campaign but because of the...

Looking Back At The 'Tremendous Hate' Of Bullies

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Rob Littlefield was inspired to share his story at StoryCorps in Oklahoma City after others spoke out against...

A Pioneer Looks Back, 50 Years After Making History

Fifty years ago, the University of Georgia accepted its first two black students — Hamilton Holmes and Charlayne Hunter. Back then, the future journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault called him "Hamp." And she has vivid memories of the day they walked onto...

Rich countries letting poorest children fall, says new report

A landmark report by the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre has found that children in many wealthy European nations and the United States suffer greater inequality than children in numerous industrialized nations.