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Democratic Republic of Congo: Migrant education program in Dodge City Public Schools helps nearly 300 students

Africa/ Democratic Republic of Congo/ 13.11.2018/By: Katie Moore/ Source: www.cjonline.com. The migrant education program in the Dodge City school district provides a “holistic” approach to learning and integration for nearly 300 students, program director Robert Vinton said. Students qualify for the federal program through their parent’s employment, predominately large agricultural companies. The program was established in 1965 […]

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In Neighborhoods Without Public Schools, Zimbabwe’s Students Rely on Illegal Schools

Africa/ Zimbague/ 09.10.2018/ Fuente: globalpressjournal.com/africa/zimbabwe/neighborhoods. It’s noon on a windy Friday in Caledonia, a neighborhood along Harare’s eastern edge. Children roam the schoolyard at Ngodza Primary School, excited for the weekend ahead. This for-profit school has three classrooms. Together, those classrooms accommodate 118 children, who each pay $10 per month to attend. The school is not registered […]

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Nepal: Barries to Inclusive Education

Asia/Nepal/25.09.18/Source: www.hrw.org. Children with disabilities in Nepal face serious obstacles to quality, inclusive education, Human Rights Watch said today. Despite progress in law and policy, the government segregates most children with disabilities into separate classrooms. It has yet to train teachers to provide inclusive education, in which children with and without disabilities learn together. Tens of thousands of children with disabilities remain […]

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Schools don’t need chaplains, they need qualified counsellors

By David Zyngier Students need support, but religious commitment does not equate to professional counselling ince Trump’s election in the US new legislative measures aim to impose hardline Christian values across US society as part of Project Blitz. The Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation (CPCF), which claims more than 600 politicians as members across state legislatures, is using the […]

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Hawai: New law requires change to public school curriculum

Noticias locales Nueva ley requiere cambio al plan de estudios de las escuelas públicas: ¡Preparando niños para los trabajos del mañana, trabajos que pagan bien! Esa es la idea detrás de una nueva ley que requiere un cambio en el plan de estudios en las escuelas públicas. Los legisladores y educadores quieren que más estudiantes aprendan sobre […]

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Striking Teachers Beat Back Neoliberalism’s War on Public Schools

Dr. Henry Giroux Thousands of teachers and students are walking out of schools, marching in the streets, and raising their hands and signs in protest against the war on education. Most recently, South Carolina has joined the wave of teachers’ protests and strikes taking place across the nation. In the age of illiberal democracy and […]

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USA: Corey Robin: Striking Teachers Are “Real Resistance” to “Incoherent” Republicans and “Gutted” Dems (Audio)

USA / April 22, 2018 / Democracy Now     In the continuing teachers’ rebellion sweeping the U.S., dozens of Oklahoma teachers have completed a 7-day, 110-mile march from Tulsa to the state capital Oklahoma City. Public schools across Tulsa and Oklahoma City remain closed as thousands of teachers continue their strike for education funding […]

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