Education

Whether we’re students, teachers, or parents, we’re all in some way affected by legislation on education.

Of particular interest to us at Matador is the way both public and private education are implemented in other countries and cultures, and how we can learn from other models to improve education in our local communities.

Education Articles
13

To my kids: Here’s why I couldn’t care less if you go to college

by Cathy Brown
3

Educated in the US? You mostly learned about white, Christian history and art. Here’s what you missed

by Amanda Machado
1

In Siem Reap you get hit up by begging kids all the time. Here’s how I dealt with it

by Rebecca Bellan

Kids in the Pacific Northwest are going to “outdoor” preschools. Here’s why we need more.

by Erik Neumann

4 nonprofits creating positive change in Portland

by Ingrid McQuivey
5

5 ways to parent like a German

by Katka Lapelosová
2

7 organizations transforming society in India

by Sarah Canning
1

The 10 strangest schools from around the world

by Morgane Croissant
3

The joy of Finnish kindergartens will make you question how kids learn in the US

by Tim Walker
1

5 heroes working to empower women around the world

by Doree Simon
1

Mexico’s 13-year-old genius

by Jan-Albert Hootsen
2

Most students take time off to travel. At this high school, classes ARE travel.

by Amanda Machado
2

What I’m learning about schooling as an American parent in France

by Rebeca Plantier

This traveling family decided to settle down for their daughter’s first year in school. Here’s why.

by Morgane Croissant

Can African countries reverse the continent’s devastating brain drain?

by Erin Conway-Smith
14

America’s language skills suck and here’s why

by Morgane Croissant
1

Dear America: If you love kids, let your schools show your affection

by Tim Walker
1

Can’t go abroad to learn a language? Skype with the elderly instead

by Matt Hershberger
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