Feature Stories

Importance of Education Among Refugees

Author | Michael Aguero Bo Education has always been considered the most promising path to…
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Establishing Educational Equity in the Developing World

Authored by: Mehar Chatha | Canada Picture a world where a family has to choose…
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A Closer Look at Open Learning

There is little doubt that the education system in the form classroom schooling is insufficient…
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Farewell to a Visionary Educator: Sir Ken Robinson

On August 21st, we bid adieu to an educational trailblazer. Sir Ken Robinson was a…
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To Homework, or not to Homework: That is the Question

Homework has long been the dread of students and has impinged on many a happy…
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The Science of Stress

In a recent social experiment, a major Canadian university asked students to describe their state…
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You’ve Got Some Nerve: How Marijuana Effects the Developing Brain

With the legalization of marijuana either occuring or imminent in coutnries around the world, student…
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Koko the Gorilla Signs Her Last, but Leaves a Lasting Pedagogical Legacy

Perhaps more than any other pedagogical experiment, Koko the Gorilla captured the hearts and minds…
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