Egypt: Education min. to integrate students with special needs in society

Asia/Egypt/05.06.2018/Source: www.egypttoday.com. The Ministry of Education signed on Saturday a cooperative protocol with the National Union bank and Misr El Kheir Foundation (MEK) to implement the media campaign “Differently-abled” that aims to integrate students with special needs in the society. Advisor of the Minister of Education for Marketing and Promotion, Yousra Allam, launched the biggest national […]

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South Africa: Bow tie wearing teacher tackles education inequalities

South Africa/ April 25, 2018/Source: https://www.brandsouthafrica.com Play Your Part programme is Brand South Africa’s nationwide programme that encourages active citizenship and looks to impact the country positively in order to fulfil the bigger picture of building a positive Nation Brand. Active citizenship means people get involved in their local communities and democracy at all levels, from […]

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Japan: Too much of an education could be bad for your future

Japan/April 03, 2018/By: MICHAEL HOFFMAN*/Source: https://www.japantimes.co.jp Poverty comes in many forms but one color: gray. There is the poverty of the poor, the poverty of the rich, the poverty of the academically under-qualified, the poverty of the academically over-qualified. The poverty of the poor pretty much speaks for itself. The riches of the rich may be deceptive. […]

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Henry A. Giroux on Developing a Language of Liberation for Radical Transformation

By Mark Karlin, Truthout | Interview What are the longer-term trends that gave rise to the presidency of Donald Trump? What will be the national and global impacts? And what do we need to do to resist? Henry A. Giroux tackles these questions in The Public in Peril: Trump and the Menace of American Authoritarianism. “This courageous […]

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The United States’ War on Youth: From Schools to Debtors’ Prisons

By: Henry A. Giroux If one important measure of a democracy is how a society treats its children, especially poor youth of color, there can be little doubt that American society is failing. As the United States increasingly models its schools after prisons and subjects children to a criminal legal system marked by severe class […]

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