Category Archives: Education

Turkey inbetween two visits

Three years after our visit in 1992 Turkey hoped to find a connection with the European Union willing to have it become a member. Nikolas Sarkozy was not the only politician who dared to speak out loud that “Turkey has … Continue reading

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1 September 2014 naar geïntegreerd leren

Er is nog steeds geen nieuwe regering voor het land maar de schoolplichtigen moesten zich vandaag weer aanmelden om dit jaar te gaan bewijzen wat zij waard zijn in schoolgebouwen die regelmatig getuigen zijn van de non-interest om in de … Continue reading

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Anniversary of the 19th Amendment still a long way to go

Today, on the anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we celebrate Women’s Equality Day. When we look at the work-market we can see that still a lot is not all-right. The day-to-day operations of too many businesses and institutions still don’t … Continue reading

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International Summer School in Mostar

Young people who who are interested in human rights and do not  mind sharing their ideas with other enthusiasts and who have eligibility to study at the post high school level and have the ability to relate meaningfully to an … Continue reading

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2013-2014 Money to be put on hold or to be used

“Optimism is a moral duty” said Sir Karl Raimund Popper (1902-1994). Such a good tiding was not in the mind of the visual press and television channels bombarded the world with negative news. After five years of economic crisis and … Continue reading

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Parenthood made more difficult

When we look around us we can see that the gap between the haves and have-nots is increasing in both city and country areas, and that the governments do not really take many efforts to bridge the incomes of the … Continue reading

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Citizens should be at the centre of financial reform

The previous decade we could see many people got lost in the economical circus. They went onto the horror or witch tour bumping into many surprises; making many to panic. G20 leaders presented in Saint Petersburg the report, “Advancing National Strategies … Continue reading

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Hard or easy ways to afford education

The obvious not so obvious In this capitalist world in the ‘modern countries’ everything seems obvious. We think everybody in the industrialist countries can follow good education and find a good job. But is that not a dream mistaken? Again … Continue reading

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Students in the USA left in the cold

How many Americans are aware that the future which lies in the hands of the next generation is facing undeserved difficulties to get them to the end of a degree which makes the difference? Last week, the U.S. Department of … Continue reading

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Who is the Online Student?

Originally posted on Indiana Jen:
For years, online education has been the institution of for-profit educational programs (most famously the University of Phoenix). Now, non-profit institutions are “fighting back” and becoming more invested in online education. Online Degrees has posted an…

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