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Milton Ramirez

Milton Ramirez is an educator, writer, a part-time blogger, connector, and advocates for the Technology in Education. He holds an Ed. D., translates for GVO and has been working as a Math & Spanish Teacher in New Jersey, where he lives now. Milton's thoughts can be found on Education & Tech. TonNet is his online persona.

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16 August 2011

Ecuador: President Correa's Tumultuous Relationship With the Media

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa recently won a libel case against newspaper El Universo, for an article in which journalist Emilio Palacio gives an account of Correa's actions during the September...

22 May 2011

Ecuador: Citizen Reflections on Referendum Results

Ecuador's latest referendum results, which among other things gave President Rafael Correa more powers over the media and the judiciary, sparked a debate about the campaign and prompted reflections by...

9 May 2011

Ecuador: Voters Back President Correa in 10-Question Referendum

According to the latest results, President Correa's 10 question referendum has passed by a slimmer margin than exit polls first reported. Ecuadorians voted on the 10 questions on Saturday, May...

24 March 2011

Ecuador: Investigation Around Newborn Deaths Continues

According to Ecuador's latest census, more than 14 million people live in the country, but there is still no consensus on the national infant mortality rate. Recent incidents have called...

27 January 2011

Ecuador: Netizens Discuss Referendum on Constitution

President Rafael Correa has presented 10 questions in a "popular consultation," a referendum which amends several parts of the most recent Constitution drafted in 2008. Ecuadorians are using blogs and...

18 January 2011

Ecuador: Crime as the Government's Main Challenge for 2011

One of the outstanding social responsibilities of the government of Rafael Correa is public safety. Ecuadorian bloggers share their experiences, analysis and opinions about the growing problem of crime.

17 November 2010

Ecuador: Preparing for the 2010 Census

Ecuadorians are getting ready to participate in the 2010 Census that will take place on November 28.

27 October 2010

Ecuador: Seeking Those Responsible for September 30 Uprising

After almost one month since the September 30 police strike, things in Ecuador have calmed down; but investigations to determine who is responsible for the uprising have continued, and Ecuadorians...

3 October 2010

Ecuador: Bloggers Try to Make Sense of Chaos Caused by Police Strike

Days after a police strike caused chaos in the country, Ecuadorians are trying to understand what happened on September 30. Bloggers are asking questions and trying to find answers: Was...

27 September 2010

Ecuador: Former Football Referee Caught Smuggling Heroin to United States

Ecuadorians are devastated and surprised by news about one of their citizens: this past week, football referee Byron Moreno Ruales was caught trying to smuggle 6 kilos of heroin strapped...

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