World Teachers’ Day | How to say “teacher” in different languages

Every year, on October 5, we are honoring teachers and their role in providing quality education for students everywhere. Also known as International Teachers Day, World Teachers’ Day was established in 1994 and it observes the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers. This Recommendation set the standard …

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Halloween Around the World: 4 Halloween-Like Traditions You’ll Love

The leaves have all turned yellow, red and brown. Everywhere in the neighborhood it smells like pumpkin pie, roasted chestnuts and mulled wine. Everyone is wearing warmer clothes and brighter smiles. Kids are carrying their heavy schoolbags back home to a delicious lunch and scary jack-o’-lanterns have begun popping up here and there. It’s glaringly …

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