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22 September 2010
Georgia Launches Program to Create a Nation of English Speakers
Mikheil Saakashvili pledges that all Georgian pupils will speak English as their second language by 2014.
From EurasiaNet. By Molly Corso

21 September 2010
Out of the Classroom, Into the Fields
One brave activist shows that after years of public shaming and wan denials, Uzbekistan is still sending its children into the cotton fields.By BBC Monitoring

9 September 2010
Sign Up, Sign Up!
Although private higher education is flourishing in Poland, demographics and the dodgy methods some schools use to attract students may soon put the brakes on the boom.
By Wojciech Kosc

July - August 2010

Killing the Future

Evolution Will Have to Do
Of Computers and Men
Long, Hot, Uncertain Summer for Ukraine’s Next Freshmen
Silence Makes Babies

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TOL/OSI Education News  September 2010

Call for Expressions of Interest
for investigating dimensions of the privatisation of public education in Africa, East Asia, South Asia and South-East Asia

Project updates and education news from our partners at the Open Society Institute’s Education Support Program.

Liberia: Why Spelling Matters
A Liberian village school’s winning words get attention from the government, but larger problems loom.

Liberia: Choosing family over education
Liberian mother givers her sons and husband a chance she never had.

Liberia: Something new for the senior class: Girls
One Liberian high school begins to make strides in closing a gender gap.

The Open Society Education News is made possible through grant funding from the OSI Education Support Program (ESP).
The ESP aims to facilitate change in education and national policy development in line with the Soros foundation network's mission of promoting open society.

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