TOL/OSI Open Society Education News
TOL runs a program funded by the Open Society Institute (OSI) designed to train journalists to write on education topics and raise public awareness on education issues. As part of the project, we issue a bi-monthly newsletter on the program and other news provided by OSI's Education Support Program.

Equal Education: 20 000 March For Minimum Norms And Standards!
Press Statement
21 March 2011.

Equal Education: “Children voice their demands”
By Xolani Koyana
22 March 2011.

Equal Education: “Cry for better education”
By Malibeni Sandisile
22 March 2011.

Transitions Online ( often publishes articles that cover education-related topics. Some recent examples include:

Hate the Educational Sin, Love the Sinner

Bosnian educators launch a magazine meant to counteract the politically twisted, and often daft, things children are taught in school.
By Cecilia Ferrara
23 March 2011

Passing the Book

Schools catering to the Czech Republic's Romani community are producing more graduates, but are they really the answer?
By Lucie Kavanova
18 March 2011

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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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