In Nigeria, hard toil in pursuit of education Onyinye Edeh Modern-day child labor is the only way some girls can get to school. Can secular classrooms heal France’s social divisions? Karina Piser The government wants to guarantee neutral spaces for learning, but some say they risk dividing students as much as unifying them. Video: Reflections on climate change Jessica Reilly Moman shares lessons from her ICWA sailing fellowship documenting effects and responses in coastal communities in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Former ICWA fellow Geoffrey Oldham dies He was among the first to call for using science and technology to help people in the developing world. The New Yorker: Nicholas Schmidle on Mike Flynn The former national security adviser invokes his idea of service even while pleading guilty. Youth Circulations: Amelia Frank-Vitale on the Honduran election An on-the-ground look at protest and repression. NYT: Suzy Hansen in 100 Notable Books Notes on a Foreign Country explores what it means to be an American abroad in the 21st century. Bloomberg: Ezra Fieser on the Honduran election No end in sight to a tumultuous process. New York Magazine: Andrew Rice on Nikki Haley For the US ambassador to the UN, Trump is just the first half of it. WAMU 88.5: Tyrone Turner on Washington DC's Chinatown Much of the original culture has vanished. Buzzfeed: Eve Fairbanks on Mark Halperin "He claimed he knew so much more than we did, and we began to believe it." BBC Radio 4: Jonathan Guyer on Arab Noir A revolution has been creeping across the Middle East, giving authors and scholars an opportunity to critique imported wars, local autocrats and arrested revolutions.