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More studies focus on teens than ever before

| September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments
More studies focus on teens than ever before

Teenagers are the subject matter of more studies than ever before.

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The futuristic French

| September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments
The futuristic French

In our series on the most innovative schools in the world as chosen by online magazine www.flavorwire.com, we bring you The Josephine Baker School ( JBS) in the French city of La Courneuve, just outside the capital, Paris.

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The smallest, most diverse school in the USA?

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The smallest, most diverse school in the USA?

For many, the one-room schoolhouse has receded into the realm of American myth, like the Old West. But 870 of them still remain across the nation.

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Connecting students across continents

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Connecting students across continents

As a keystone event during The White House’s Africa Tour,1 US First Lady Michelle Obama participated in a discussion with youth on 29 June 2013 at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg.

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The beautiful language of mathematics

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
The beautiful language of mathematics

Iremember taking the train from Denneboom Station in Mamelodi several times a week, jumping off at Meyers Station just down the slope from here and spending time in the Unisa library in an attempt to finish off a BSc degree I had started at the University of Zululand.

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Insights from America: tolerance, independence and innovation

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Insights from America: tolerance, independence and innovation

Late February is not an ideal time to visit the United States, but the annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a powerful drawcard to which both Frank Rumboll, head of Cedar House School, and I respond.

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‘Enduring with courage’: Clifton Preparatory School and College, Botswana, joins ISASA

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‘Enduring with courage’: Clifton Preparatory School and College, Botswana, joins ISASA

Charles Solomon and Kevin Hambidge are the driving forces behind one of ISASA’s newest members based in Botswana: Clifton Preparatory School and College.

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ISASA schools salute Madiba

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ISASA schools salute Madiba

Many ISASA schools participated in Mandela Day on 18 July. Dominican Convent High School took to the streets to pick up litter.

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Golden Confirmation at Hermannsburg

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Golden Confirmation at Hermannsburg

Hermannsburg School, founded in 1856 by German Lutheran missionaries in KwaZulu- Natal, has always maintained its strong ties to the Lutheran church.

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HeronBridge College — riders with heart

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HeronBridge College — riders with heart

HeronBridge College equestrian teams took part in the Gauteng West Schools League from January to June 2013.

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Squash success for Michaelhouse

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Squash success for Michaelhouse

After competing at the South African (SA) Schools’ Inter-Provincial Squash Tournament, Michaelhouse’s Luke Stevens and Kenyon Smith have been named in the Top Ten U19 boys’ team that will tour Canada and the USA in December this year.

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