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An Azerbaijani langiuage textbook. (Photo: IWPR)
12 Apr 13
Depending on taste, repeated mentions of the Aliyevs are healthy instruction, alarming indoctrination, or a good way of getting your book published.
Yerevan State University. (Photo: Vahe Harutyunyan)
9 Apr 13
Lecturer says he was sacked for supporting right to protest.
Cuban schoolchildren under the watchful eye of Che Guevara. (Photo: Mike Keran/Flickr)
26 Mar 13
Refusal to conform with state ideology exposes faith group members to discrimination.
National Museum of Bosnia and Hercegovina. (Photo: Mirza Ajnadzic)
22 Feb 13
Permanent closure would amount to loss of collective memory for Bosnians.
11 Jan 13
As exiled group returns to the country, some children are barred from free schooling as they don’t have residence rights.
Recent graduate Artur Baghdasaryan thinks he might as well set fire to his diploma for all the good it has done him. (Photo: Gayane Asryan)
30 Aug 12
Employers looking for solid experience rather than paper qualifications.
26 Jul 12
Despite efforts to integrate disabled students, many schools are still not adapted to take them.
Khatia Dekanoidze, the new head of Georgia’s school exam board. (Photo: Robert Churgulia)
27 Jun 12
Officials argue new exam system is more straightforward, while critics say it makes passing too easy.