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    Profs push back on MOOCs

    Education International

    Professors at San Jose State University in California are refusing to use a Harvard-produced philosophy course developed by edX, one of the major providers of the controversial Massive On-Line Open Courses (MOOCs), out of concern the intention is to replace faculty with cheaper on-line education.

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    EI and ETUCE celebrate successful Baltic Pride events

    Education International

    Freedom of association and assembly without discrimination has prevailed in Lithuania. The Baltic Pride 2013 march – a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) event - went ahead, as originally planned, along a main thoroughfare in the capital, Vilnius, on 27 July.

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    Uganda: Teachers to strike over promised salary increase

    Education International

    The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU), has announced that its members will go on strike as of 14 September. This move is a result of the Government’s failure to increase teachers’ salaries by 20 per cent in the 2013/14 budget.

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