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Chinese school principal teaches students shuffle dance during break to combat obesity

Principal Zhang Pengfei leading students in their new exercise routine. Source: South China Morning Post A school principal in China has gone rogue, binning the state-approved, mandatory daily exercise program in favor of a more ‘Footloose’ approach to keeping his … Continue reading

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Bilingual in Chile: An Impossible Dream? “We have some of the most advanced commercial accords in the world, but that is not enough,” Sergio Bitar, then Minister of Education, said in an interview. “We know our lives are linked more … Continue reading

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Exploring Chinese Education: Triangulation Theory

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker ** Exploring Chinese Education: Triangulation Theory We set out to triangulate what we knew about China, its education system, and its high performance on the PISA test in 2009. Nothing was found that suggests … Continue reading

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