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/Compared with the stereotype of the East Asian model -- long hours of exhaustive cramming and rote memorization -- Finland's success is especially intriguing because Finnish schools assign less homework and engage children in more creative play./
/This means that practically every person in Finland attends public school, whether for pre-K or a Ph.D./
/one of the most significant things Sahlberg said passed practically unnoticed."there R no private schools in Finland."/

http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/12/what-americans-keep-ignoring-about-finlands-school-success/250564/
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  "I call this my period of absence. I was lost in other thoughts and couldn't confront reality, with my eyes shielded from everything. Above all, I wanted one thing - to be no one, to not be recognized, not be hunted down"
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பிரதீபா தில்லைநாதன், பிரதீபாதி, பிரதீபா கனகா - தில்லைநாதன், பெட்டை, ஒரு பொடிச்சி, கற்பகம்.யசோதர
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I was Born in Mallavi, a small town in the Northern "Ceylon", having Tamil as mother tongue, moved to the capital Colombo in 1991; then to an Occupied Land Called "Canada" in 1995; living in Diaspora ever since. With those place changes, there is still (and I think always) a small town gurl within me, who doesn't fit in the big city images of all sort.

I am a fellow writer in Tamil language and had been an editor, as well as co-authored poetry book, an anthology, and have written in small literary magazines such as uyirnilal, kaalam, among the others. Currently I am contributing monthly to 'thaiveedu' Tamil news monthly published from Toronto, Canada.

My interests are more in creating forums or alternative spaces for the youth and children from immigrant/ghetto families. Along with work and 'alternative' education, slowly my journey is going towards that vision.

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