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    Adolescent Pregnancy: a Global Health Problem.

    Underage pregnancy constitutes a great individual, family, social and public health issue, occurring in all social classes....

    The Band Director’s Lessons About Life (2)

    (This week is the second installment of the book, “The Band Director’s Lessons About Life”, which TCRN is publishing as a...

    Costa Rica: One of the Most Innovative Countries in Latin America

    With less than 5 million inhabitants, it has not prevented Costa Rica from being at the forefront of innovation in Latin America....

    Here’s All You Need to Know About Costa Rica’s Educational System

    According to various reports, Costa Rica is in fourth place among 94 countries with the most accessibility to education. These studies show that education...
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    Starting a Freelance Career in Web Development

    Web development is a booming economy that has plenty of scope for people looking at going freelance. With adaptable working hours and...

    Best Ways To Make Money In College

    It is always about the money and students are the category that feels it most. The thing is that it seems like an endless...

    Education, Water, and Food: Costa Rican Help that Goes Up to Africa

    The word help is taken to a higher level; Javier Camacho Valerio has been developing and leading Apo-Fu, a Costa Rican NGO for the...

    70 GBS Positions Will Be Available for Bilingual Professionals in Alajuela

    The Smith & Nephew company will hold an employment fair on November 9 and 10 at the Centro Coyol. 70 bilingual collaborators will be...

    Costa Rica Leads Ranking with the Best Human Development in Central America

    According to the latest report from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Costa Rica leads the list of the Central American countries with the...

    Carlos Alvarado Proposes Strengthening the Intellectual Heritage and the Country’s Economy

    In the run-off, Costa Rica will decide who will direct its future for 4 years. Among the contenders is the writer and journalist Carlos...

    November 16th: International Tolerance Day

    On December 12th, 1996, it was proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations and on the initiative of the United Nations Educational,...
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    The Art of Writing

    Writing is something you will have to face many times in your education. A good writer can be useful beyond your life in school,...
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    Public Schools Cannot Return to Lessons yet

    Although the Ministry of Public Education (MEP) has resumed classes in most cantons in the country, 11,643 students will have to wait a little...
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    The Challenge of Creating a Company in Costa Rica

    The dream of having a company of its own rounds the minds of millions of Costa Ricans. Whether it is for lack of motivation...
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    Little Monsters Franchise to Open Seven Venues in 2018

    The national franchise Little Monsters, specialized in education, will expand its presence in the country with the opening of seven venues in the course...
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    HOW GOOD ARE YOU AT SPEAKING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE?

    The need for speaking a foreign/second language –a different one from your native language– may be tracked down long before the Christian age. According...

    The World Robot Olympiad Is Coming to Costa Rica

    Have you ever watched robots playing soccer or bowling? In November in Costa Rica, you can watch young talented engineers showcase their intelligent robots...
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    Costa Rica Means Prosperity in Central America

    Sometimes when we look at rankings we only care the position our country is in. Many times the list doesn't mean much by itself,...

    Americans Prefer Costa Rica’s Universities Over Japan’s and Australia’s

    You know a country is doing things right when people go studying there. That means that they covered their main necessities and works in...

    Dario Chinchilla’s work seeks improvement in solar energy use

    Science bases itself in evolution, and evolution brings development to society, whether is human or not. When we think of science, we think of...

    Studying Abroad in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is a great place to study abroad. It is home to many schools including a United Nation-mandated University for Peace (UPEACE). In 2015,...
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    The World of Business Is Changing – Have You Noticed?

    Something extraordinary is happening in the world of business, and it is going to create some very big shifts in our world. The world...
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    5 Awesome Benefits Millennials Will Get from Their MBA

    If there is one thing we know about Millennials, they are a social generation. It might not seem like it due to the amount...
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    Find your child’s “Life Project” in Manuel Antonio

    In the era of standardized testing and competition, rote memory and performance targets, traditional schooling is in an existential crisis. Children are not being...
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    MEET THE HEROES RESCUING DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN COSTA RICA

    “The greatness of a Nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”            ...

    IMPROVE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE – LEARN HOW TO LIVE RAW

    Life in Costa Rica in and of itself is an amazing raw experience. And it can be even more so when you explore the...

    Schoolchildren in Costa Rica Learn About Biodiversity

    TALAMANCA, Costa Rica — Humane Society International is conducting a series of environmental education workshops in the rural region of Talamanca in Costa Rica....

    Conservation on the Osa Peninsula:

    Costa Rica is making continuous strides in conservation! Learn how individuals and visitors can get involved in keeping this country beautiful! The Osa Peninsula is home...

    RESERVA PLAYA TORTUGA

    Reserva Playa Tortuga (RPT) is committed to making a difference.  This non-profit biological research and education center was founded in 2009.  It is dedicated...

    Students March in Protest at 76th Anniversary of The U.C.R.

    A lack of regulations impeded opening an internal process against Hening Jensen. To defend their institution against a possible case of impunity and to...

    Costa Rica proves that GDP does not measure quality of life

    Two recent reports prove that GDP does not measure quality of life, using Costa Rica as an example for other countries. The two reports are...
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    Travel like you care with Proyecto Montezuma

    I sat at a picnic table overlooking the waves of Montezuma´s beaches and listened to a woman across the table from me describe Enrique...

    Children’s Museum to have Environment Fair

    At the end of the week The Children's Museum will dress in green to celebrate its first Environment Fair, which was organized as a...

    MEP presents changes in teaching English

    In 2017, students in preschool of the I and II cycle will reach the basic level A1 and A2 in English, which will give...
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    Sidelining Mother Languages Threat to Global Citizenship

    What do global citizenship and contemporary education have in common? They both may be threatening to mother languages. While the United Nations Educational, Scientific and...

    So You’re Going to Envision Festival, Now What?

    Educational retreats are a great way to extend the magic of Envision. Envision Festival, the world-recognized festival that leaves you, the environment and the surrounding...
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    Walk With Dinosaurs in Costa Rica

    Reminiscent of Jurassic World, Dino Park is a one-of-a-kind attraction that’s bound to bring out the child in all of us. With over twenty different...

    Franklin Chang Heads Fundraiser to Make Costa Rica a Developed Country

    Just a few days and roughly $2,000 remain for the fundraiser to meet it’s goal. Headed officially by the Estrategia Siglo XXI, the challenge hopes...

    The Dawn Project Inspires Costa Rican Children

    NASA scientists Kristina Larson and Jose Wise were kind enough to answer the questions of a few young Costa Rican dreamers. Anyone can be amazed...

    Cartago to Build Attention Center for Street Dogs

    The city intends to invest over 140 thousand dollars to house strays and prepare them for adoptions. Carthage has long been known as a pilgrim...
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