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Maybe they’re concentrating on what their teacher could do with $1...

In 1997, Malaysia-born Madenjit Singh was stuck in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, because of border hostilities with Thailand. He had time, so he started teaching English to...

Where would you turn if you felt discriminated against at work?

When Americans believe they face workplace discrimination, they can turn to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Established in 1965, the EEOC enforces Title...

U.S. and global coalition partners remain committed to destroying Daesh

A Pentagon official said February 3 that Daesh is at war with an international coalition dedicated to degrading and destroying the terror group’s capabilities...

Moroccan math teacher’s skills could really add up

Souad Belcaid had hated rote learning when she was a schoolgirl. As a teacher, she vowed never to rely on it. At the American School in...

One role for sanctions: Isolating a bully

If you agree that bigger nations should not bully smaller ones, you probably oppose recent Russian aggression and support Ukraine's efforts to achieve democracy. That's...

Was this George Washington’s greatest legacy?

On February 4, 1789, George Washington was elected the first president of the United States. Washington knew his actions would establish precedents for his successors....

U.S. envoy connects on VKontakte

U.S. Embassy Moscow just held another chat with Ambassador John Tefft on VKontakte (VK), whose 68 million daily users make it Russia’s most visited...

This teacher in Macedonia could win $1 million. It would just...

Teacher Vese Vesela Bogdanovic sets up her classroom in Koco Racin elementary school in the village of Ivanjevci, Macedonia, as “a colorful country from fairy...

Obama vows to combat cybercrime

Recent cyberattacks on U.S. government agencies, banks and retailers and a December 2014 hack of the Sony film studio brought home the risks related...