Denying Children Education is Simply Wrong

August 26, 2017

To deny admission to underprivileged Indian children on “technical grounds” is against the spirit of the Right to Education Act. In India, Jagdish Gandhi, the founder and manager of City Montessori School in Lucknow, recently published full-page advertisements in local editions of all...

The Equal Rights Amendment: Then and Now



Service-Learning Trips: What Not To Do

May 22, 2017

Summer service-learning projects that take place in the global south can easily slip into reaffirming unequal relations of power between students and host communities. With summer just around the corner, many college and high school students are preparing to head out for service-learning trips....

Women and Water in Morocco: Foggy Prospects

May 02, 2017

Fog harvesting provides an alternative source of drinking water in places that are cloud abundant and infrastructure poor. In 2006, the Dar Si Hmad Foundation and the University of La Laguna began investigating the viability of obtaining drinking water from fog in southwest Morocco. Researchers...

Education in Indonesia is the First Step for Tomorrow

Indonesia celebrates its 72nd Education Day, but is there equality in the country’s education system? On May 2, Indonesia marks its National Education Day. This annual occasion showcases the significance of education to the country and its citizens. To its founding fathers, education was seen...

Looking for Water in Rwanda

February 21, 2017