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Konrad Glogowski

Safe No More | Human Rights Watch - 0 views

    This 33-page report is based on more than 70 interviews, including with 16 students and 11 teachers who fled Syria, primarily from Daraa, Homs, and greater Damascus. The report documents the use of schools for military purposes by both sides. It also describes how teachers and state security agents interrogated and beat students for alleged anti-government activity, and how security forces and shabiha, pro-government militias, assaulted peaceful student demonstrations. In several instances reported to Human Rights Watch, government forces fired on school buildings that were not being used for military purposes.
Themba Dlamini

Sasol Experiential Students - 0 views

    Experienital Student
    Sasol Group Services - Sasolburg, FS
    Purpose of the job: To offer students practical work experience related to their studies (max 6 months) The successful candidates will be provided with an...
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Foundation Center - PubHub - Poverty & Race Research Action Council; Century Foundation... - 0 views

    Diverse Charter Schools: Can Racial and Socioeconomic Integration Promote Better Outcomes for Students?
    Poverty & Race Research Action Council; Century Foundation
    Kahlenberg, Richard D.; Halley Potter
    Published: May 2012

    Examines how current policies and philanthropic priorities create high-poverty, racially isolated charter schools, benefits of socioeconomically diverse charter schools, and approaches taken in successful examples. Proposes policy and funding reforms.
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Teens share bullying tales in video booth - Interactive - - 0 views

    For a week in the spring of 2012, CBC-TV's Connect with Mark Kelley set up a video booth in a school in Gatineau, Que. More than 150 students streamed into the booth to pour out their personal anecdotes about bullying.
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Students want schools to use solar - The National - 0 views

    DUBAI // A group of Grade 6 pupils in Dubai want to convince schools across the country to convert to solar energy - and save up to Dh1 million a year on their electricity bills.

    ■ Weaving the sun's power into life's fabric
    ■ Utility bills sent out to show waste

    If their mission, under the banner "Make A Difference", is successful, the students at Emirates International School Jumeirah estimate that schools can reduce electricity usage by 20 per cent.
Martyn Steiner

Project Based Learning - YouTube - 1 views

    Students and Faculty at Learning Gate Community School speak about Project Based Learning
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Video Games and Learning: Teaching and Participatory Culture in the Digital Age - 0 views

    ideo Games and Learning: Teaching and Participatory Culture in the Digital Age
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