Post Tagged with: "Curriculum"

  • The meeting was hosted by NGO Azeri Children Union

    Georgia: No Child Left Behind Program

    (National Model for Basic Literacy, Numeracy and Life skills for deprived children in Georgia and Azerbaijan) On 2-5 September, 20011 the first international meeting was held in Baku, Azerbaijan. Georgian […]

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  • South Africa: A Second Chance

    South Africa: A Second Chance

    ATLANTIS, SOUTH AFRICA – It’s Monday morning and Anne Loock is awake and ready for school. She goes over her math homework, packs a pencil box, and heads out the […]

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  • Liberia: Why Spelling Matters

    Liberia: Why Spelling Matters

    MANGO TOWN, Liberia | Golden and draped in red, white, and blue ribbons, the spelling trophy won by Mango Town School has become more than a source of orthographic achievement […]

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  • South Africa: A Frank Assessment

    South Africa: A Frank Assessment

    CAPE TOWN, South Africa | Zukile Mhlengana is contemplating leaving the teaching profession after spending 15 years in the classroom. He is a math and science teacher at Masibambisane High […]

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  • Turkey: Unequal Opportunities

    Turkey: Unequal Opportunities

    ISTANBUL | In today’s Turkey, if you are a young girl from a poor family with many children, and your parents have only attended primary school, there’s only about a […]

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  • Georgia: Whose Facts?

    Georgia: Whose Facts?

    NINOTSMINDA, Georgia | For the second year in a row, teachers in an Armenian school in Ninotsminda, a town just inside the Georgian border, have faced the school year with […]

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  • Georgia: Pilot Program

    Georgia: Pilot Program

    Tbilisi’s public school No. 43 is one of 100 schools implementing a pilot version of the National Curriculum Program, a key element of the Ministry of Education and Science’s reform […]

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  • Romania: Do Not Disturb

    Romania: Do Not Disturb

    BUCHAREST | High school junior Alexandru Marinescu likes history so much that he decided years ago to include it on his baccalaureate exams next summer. But weeks ago he learned […]

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  • Kyrgyzstan: Islamic Schools in the Spotlight

    Kyrgyzstan: Islamic Schools in the Spotlight

    OSH, Kyrgyzstan | Islamic schools are coming under increased official scrutiny since the harsh response to a religious disturbance in southern Kyrgyzstan last autumn. The authorities say madrasas flout the […]

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  • Romania: Poor Marks for Bologna

    Romania: Poor Marks for Bologna

    CLUJ-NAPOCA, Romania | A week before being scheduled to defend her thesis and earn her bachelor’s degree in French and Hebrew, Anda Stefanescu has other more pressing things to worry about. […]

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