Dunn, Katharine
May 2002
Teacher Magazine;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p13
Presents news brief related to education around the world. Requirement in India that teachers conduct a door-to-door survey while their students are taking annual exams in order to determine the number of children who don't attend school; Celebration in Afghanistan of the opening of schools for the first time in six years; Warning in Canada that grades and self esteem may suffer if students can't write well with a pen; Protest against a teacher's transfer by students in Kenya.


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