Celebrities in Spain would be well advised to brush up on their spelling and grammar — lest they find themselves hunted down by a class of teenage spell-checkers who are publicly calling out written mistakes found on social media.
Increasingly autocratic States are pushing nativist narratives through national curricula, where schools face more centralized political controls and where the academic freedom of teachers is under attack. Are the Abidjan Principles robust enough to support the fight back against these tendencies?
Karen Uhlenbeck of the University of Texas at Austin became the first woman to be awarded what many consider to be the “Nobel” of math, which is handed out annually by the King of Norway to one or more outstanding mathematicians.
Living with a disability is challenging, and no more so than for 14-year-old Rijad Mehmeti. Living with cerebal palsy in Kosovo, he dreamed of a magic school where he could enjoy his education. Now, he dreams of equality for all children to enjoy their education, regardless of disability.