In South Korea, robots are teaching children English.
The monarchy in Morocco is trying to tackle poverty in an attempt to hold back protests.
Guatemalan school children helped create a new schoolhouse out of discarded plastic bottles and other trash.
Politicians are trying to force the University of Iowa to sell Jackson Pollock's painting "Mural" for some $140 million.
Cameroonian professionals, including doctors and lawyers, who are educated abroad tend not to return to their home country. The problem is common in the developing world.
Colleges are outsourcing the grading of papers to India, and students may not know that they're writing for "virtual TAs."
The art of crocheting provides a model for understanding both complex math and environmental threats to coral reefs.
A new teaching program in South Africa encourages reading and math skills using students' cell phones.
Jade Simmons is a classical pianist who's equally happy playing music by Samuel Barber or hip hop master DBR, and making serious music interesting to kids.
Nicholas Negroponte is out to change the world by giving laptops to kids in remote places.