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  While educators and parents are opting out of testing in the United States, parents in countries like India, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria are...

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IEN recaps some of the most influential events, legislation, movements and activities of 2015. By Jenny Abamu Transcript: This 2015 has been both exciting and challenging for...

Kenya Teacher’s Strike- A Breakdown of the Story

This year teacher strikes in Kenya showed power like never before. IEN offers a breakdown of the story. By Jenny Abamu Transcript Almost 3 weeks after a...

Why Most International Students Prefer the United States

By Jenny Abamu IENN took an in-depth look at how universities are trying to obtain more international students, and why those students chose certain countries...

Shocking Realities Facing Refugees Seeking to Continue Education

By Jenny Abamu With millions of students displaced due to the war in Syria and war around the world. IENN spoke with refugees and scholars...

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