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  • Article: Dutch University Only Accepting Women's Job Applications to Fix Its Gender Bias Problem
    Education

    Dutch University Only Accepting Women's Job Applications to Fix Its Gender Bias Problem

    By Leah Rodriguez|June 24, 2019

    In the Netherlands, nearly 38% of engineers and scientists are women. Read more

  • Article: I Worked With a Community in Tanzania to Create a Film About Teenage Pregnancy
    OpinionEducation

    I Worked With a Community in Tanzania to Create a Film About Teenage Pregnancy

    June 24, 2019

    Filmmaker Justin Spray explores "poverty porn", girls' education, and the power of stories. Read more

  • Article: Thousands of Students in New South Wales Will Now Receive Free Breakfasts
    Education

    Thousands of Students in New South Wales Will Now Receive Free Breakfasts

    By Madeleine Keck|June 20, 2019

    The state government has committed $8 million AUD over four years to the school breakfast program. Read more

  • Article: Pupils in This South African Community Haven’t Been to School in 4 Months
    Education

    Pupils in This South African Community Haven’t Been to School in 4 Months

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|June 20, 2019

    Community leaders insist that the community shutdown will go on until they get a tar road. Read more

  • Article: Hong Kong’s Richest Man Will Pay $14M Worth of Tuition for Chinese Students
    Education

    Hong Kong’s Richest Man Will Pay $14M Worth of Tuition for Chinese Students

    By Leah Rodriguez|June 20, 2019

    Li Ka-Shing hopes to encourage students to pursue their interests. Read more

  • Article: This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry
    Education

    This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry

    By Imogen Calderwood|June 20, 2019

    Global Citizen meets Kate Clanchy, from an Oxford school where pupils speak over 30 languages. Read more

  • Article: US Schools Restrain or Seclude Students With Disabilities More Than They Admit, Watchdog Says
    Education

    US Schools Restrain or Seclude Students With Disabilities More Than They Admit, Watchdog Says

    By Leah Rodriguez|June 19, 2019

    Officials reported they never used the tactics but other records show otherwise. Read more

  • Article: The Education Gap Between Country and City Students in Victoria Continues to Grow
    Education

    The Education Gap Between Country and City Students in Victoria Continues to Grow

    By Madeleine Keck|June 17, 2019

    “It’s of concern because we want all communities to be strong and to be able to regenerate.” Read more