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Race- Based Suspensions Undermine Undermine Education of Black Youth

BY MARIAN WRIGH A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released last month, “K-12 Education: Discipline Disparities for Black Students, Boys, and Students with Disabilities,” reminds us once again that suspensions and expulsions continue at high rates and offer grave risks to students. The report by this federal monitoring agency reviews data from the Education […]

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England: Student loans ‘heading for trillion pounds’

Europe/England/20.06.18/y Sean Coughlan/Source: www.bbc.com. The tuition fee system for England’s universities is ripping off students and giving taxpayers poor value for money, says a parliamentary committee. The House of Lords economic affairs committee revealed evidence the student loan book would grow to over £1 trillion over the next 25 years. The committee attacked a “deeply unfair” […]

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South Korea clears way for student exchanges with North Korea

Asia/South Korea/By John Morgan/19.06.18/Source: www.timeshighereducation.com. Seoul National University students to contact counterparts at Kim Il Sung University  The South Korean government has approved plans for the nation’s most prestigious institution to open talks on student exchanges with North Korea’s Kim Il Sung University, according to reports. South Korea’s Ministry of Unification gave the green light for students […]

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10 (More) Reasons Why the U.S. Education System Is Failing

By Matthew Lynch We must grapple with digital equity, year-round schooling, gender parity in STEM, and more. A couple of years ago, I wrote a post for my Education Futures opinion blog on edweek.org, entitled “10 Reasons the U.S. Education System Is Failing.” I listed 10 problems and issues that prevent the U.S. education system from living up […]

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China: New platform to inspire children to become the future building blocks of technology development

China/By Yang Meiping / Source: https://www.shine.cn Chinese corporations are looking into new ways of educating children in technology development as the nation strives to become a world leader in artificial intelligence and coding sectors. Most children are familiar with computers, tablets and smartphones and play digital games on them. Some of those children have gone further […]

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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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The Slow and Fast Assault on Public Education

By: HENRY A. GIROUX Since Donald Trump’s election in November 2016, there have been few occasions to feel hopeful about politics. But now we are witnessing a proliferation of causes for hope, as brave students from Parkland, Florida, and equally courageous teachers throughout the United States lead movements of mass demonstrations, walkouts, and strikes. The United […]

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