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I presume you have heard about the Euro-zone debt crisis, the disappointing and perhaps static progress of the American economy, or anything more or less related to the matter.  No one denies the fact that these are manifestations of the financial cr...

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0 Comments | Posted in Global Education By Derrick Mar

The emergence of the online video community gave birth to many trends, e-learning being one of them. You've probably at some point in life watched a tutorial on how to tie a tie (I know I alone probably contributed a few thousand views to those tie i...

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0 Comments | Posted in Global Education By Aditya Viswanathan

THE 99%

Jan 27, 2012 2:27:03 AM

A major pitfall of our competitive meritocracy has caught up to us: the "1 percent" versus the "99 percent" has been extended to education. The 1 percent can afford an elite private education or property in a good school district while most of the 99...

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0 Comments | Posted in Global Education By Krish Suresh, Northwestern University and Aditya Viswanathan

INNOVATION FROM THE SLUMS

Nov 30, 2011 2:42:32 AM

Inventive Educational Potential from Impoverished Areas

As a society, we're quick to notice the poor education standards of impoverished areas around the world. It's not difficult to recognize the struggles that children in these regions have to go th...

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0 Comments | Posted in Global Education By Aditya Viswanathan

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