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France's Baccalauréat Sparks Debate on Chinese Education

L: French students at the Lavoisier high school in Paris on June 18, 2012. (Fred Dufour/AFP/GettyImages) / R: Chinese students after finishing the first day of the gaokao in Beijing on June 7, 2012. (STR/AFP/GettyImages)
Education

Xu Jilin, a history professor at East China Normal University in Shanghai, posted questions from the French baccalauréat in an effort to cast an unflattering spotlight on China's own university entrance exam, the gaokao.

Interview: Filmmaker Andrew Hinton Captures Day in the Life of Indian Striver

Filmmaker Andrew Hinton's short documentary 'Amar' has won multiple awards at international film festivals.
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Watch the award-winning short documentary about an Indian teenager who excels at school, dreams of professional cricket and feeds his family.

Gallery: Power of Photography Brings American Teens, Rural Indians Together

In Karnataka, a CLIC team member reviews the basics of
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A unique Indian-American cross-cultural collaboration lets student shutterbugs in rural India document their way of life.

Grads: Get 'Globally Competent,' Get a Job

Pedestrians crossing the street in the Central Business District of Hong Kong in October 2008. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)
Education

Whether you are eight, 18 or 28, it's clear: global competence can open up new job opportunities for you.

Teacher Appreciation, Asian Style

A teacher (L) guides children during a reading lesson in Singapore on May 25, 2010. (Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images)
Education

In time for Teacher Appreciation Week, three lessons from Asia on how to value educators.

Five Things US Schools Can Learn From the Rest of the World

Students in Shanghai have seen vast improvements in their education system. (Flickr/Kyle Taylor)
Education

We now know that a number of other countries — primarily Asian nations — have gotten a lot better at education than the U.S. What are the lessons for U.S. schools?

Photos: John Lennon Made From Thousands of Paper Cranes in Japan

A John Lennon mural made from more than 10,000 origami cranes at the train station in Kagoshima, Japan. (Michael McAteer)
Multimedia An 8th grade class in Kagoshima, Japan created a John Lennon mural using 10,656 origami "peace cranes."

US and China VPs Schooled in International Studies [Photos]

International Studies Learning Center students presented Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping and American Vice President Joe Biden with gifts. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)
Education

Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping visited Asia Society's International Studies Learning Center in Los Angeles on Friday.

Review: Harvard's Online China Lectures a 'Useful' Overview

A slide from the introductory lecture in Harvard University's online series
Education

A new Harvard online lecture series is lauded as an an "exceptionally useful tool" for anyone needing an intro to Chinese civilization.

2012 (and beyond): What American Educators Can Learn From Asia

Graduating students in Singapore stand in the shape of the island nation. (Flickr/Joshua Sosrosaputro)
Education

Singapore has it. So does China. Korea is working on it, and a few months ago, India joined the club. What is “it,” you ask? School reform measures that prepare students for a global knowledge economy.