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| Saskia Houttuin

Protheses geven het leven in de Centraal Afrikaanse Republiek weer wat kleur

Mensen met amputaties staan in de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek onderaan de maatschappelijke ladder. Een kliniek probeert het bestaan voor hen iets leefbaarder te maken. Exaucé Bagaza (5) kan zijn ogen niet van de grond houden. Daar…

| Lynsey Chutel

The country where counting statistics is a dangerous occupation

On many maps, the Central African Republic is a blank space in the middle of a continent that is already statistically under-represented. The data taken for granted in other countries are unavailable or simply unknown here. A civil…

| Lena Jackson

When it comes to educating immigrant teens, experts say there are no easy solutions

For public schools in the United States, educating immigrant children can prove a challenge – particularly at the high school level. Some teens arrive with a strong academic background and enough credits to put them…

| Lena Jackson

Educar a estudiantes inmigrantes es un reto, según expertos

Para las escuelas públicas en Estados Unidos, educar a niños y jóvenes inmigrantes puede ser un desafío, especialmente en las secundarias. Algunos adolescentes llegan con una sólida formación académica y créditos suficientes para encaminarlos a…

| Lena Jackson

Civil rights group demands Miami-Dade allow immigrant teens to enroll in high school

A national civil rights advocacy group sent a demand letter to the Miami-Dade school district on Thursday urging administrators to address “the systemic denial of enrollment” to thousands of immigrant teens with limited English skills.…

| Lena Jackson

These immigrants came for a better education. Now, they’ll never graduate high school

They come fleeing gang violence and repressive regimes. They come after hurricanes and earthquakes. They come in search of work and an education. But in Miami-Dade County, a place built by the aspirations of newcomers,…

| Lena Jackson

Soñaban con una mejor educación pero no los dejaron ingresar a la secundaria en Miami-Dade

Vienen huyendo de la violencia de las pandillas y de regímenes represivos. Vienen huyendo de la destrucción de los huracanes y terremotos en sus países. Vienen en búsqueda de trabajo y educación. Pero en Miami-Dade,…

| Rebecca Guttenplan Grant

No school, no salary: the children tricked into domestic servitude in Zanzibar

For months, Rose was forced to work from sunrise to sunset, never paid and beaten for the smallest infraction. Now, in a shelter for trafficking victims, hidden away down a backstreet on the outskirts of…

| Alice Proujansky

Uprooted – Born in the United States, Learning to Live in Mexico

Students play in the schoolyard of the Jardin de Niños Xochimilli. Photo: Alice Proujansky for The Intercept Alexandra, a 13-year-old with long hair and a wry smile, misses her school in Sacramento. Now that she…