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This week we celebrated UNESCO’s World Book Day “to recognize the power of books to change our lives for the better and to support books and those who produce them.” The Bookant and friends can get behind that, so I did some checking. 651 more words

Nelson Mandela School for Social Justice

Located in the active Bed-Stuy neighborhood and named in the honor of Nelson Mandela, this new New York City high school expects to cultivate the next generation of change agents. 109 more words

Learning Spaces

The formulation of possible selves through music and singing

from Sarah Powell

There is a range of research now surrounding the connections between music and the brain and the effect of music on learning. For example, in Australia the work of… 1,057 more words

Primary Education

Dealing with Disappointment in Malaysia yet the Beauty of Drama in ESL

So today was not the best day of my experience since being in Malaysia. I received some unfortunate news that was out of my control, unfair in my opinion, but could do nothing to change the results. 1,647 more words

Sports Day and School Culture in Malaysia

    Things that happened today at my school that would not happen in America:

1. Students just leaving during the day since there were no classes in order to decorate and prepare tents for a sports day to follow the next two days. 522 more words

GCSE PE

This is not my strongest area of performance but I realise I do have a bit of a problem with how PE is taught in schools and attitudes of… 348 more words

Education

College For All?

In her book, Degrees of Inequality: How the Politics of Higher Education Sabotaged the American Dream, Suzanne Mettler quotes Rick Santorum saying, “President Obama once said he wants everybody in America to go to college. 660 more words

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