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Learning is a game in Avlona elementary school

Giannis, young teacher at Avlona elementary school, has found the best way to teach Greek to his Afghan pupils: by learning Farsi in exchange of Greek, as a game.

Refugees: integration through education

Abbas is 10 years old. He goes to school every day from 1.30 pm to 6.00 pm. Education for him has been a battle. He is Afghan, and arrived at the Malakasa refugee camp in north-eastern Greece with his family a year and a half ago. He is one of 2,500 children living in camps who have started formal education in Greek schools.

Chinese parents protest against 'stress caused by children's homework'

Parents in China have started protesting against the heaps of homework their children receive daily. 

The latest outcry was sparked by a viral post entitled “Goodness, what have I done wrong to have to do homework with my kids”.

Iran, banning English teaching in primary schools

In a context where Iran's Revolutionary Guards blame foreign powers for triggering the recent protests, Iran is going to ban the teaching of English in primary schools because of fear of "cultural invasion".

10 Big Ideas of School Leadership

Middle school principal Mike McCarthy shares 30 years of wisdom on how to run a school well.

 

During my senior year of college, I taught math to 26 inmates, none of whom had finished high school. What I faced was 26 examples of the failure of American education. What I did not realize is the profound effect this would have on my career as a school leader.