Fewer Greek Kids Go to Kindergarten

Fewer children in Greece than in the rest of Europe attend kindergarten till the age of compulsory school attendance, according to a European Commission...

Universities Remain Closed

Although the government seems optimistic that the impasse between university administrative employees and the Ministry of Education will be lifted, it still appears that...

30 Diaspora Fellows to Conduct Projects With Greek Universities

The Institute of International Education in collaboration with the Fulbright Foundation in Greece, announced that the Greek Diaspora fellowship program selected 30 fellows to...

Greek PM Tsipras Keen on Job Openings in Public Health and Education Sectors

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras revealed today that his government is trying to convince the country’s international creditors, who essentially make all decisions about...

Greek High School Teachers Strike Again

The regional secondary school teachers' unions (ELME), during their presidents' meeting, did not vote for the five-day rolling strikes to continue. The meeting started at...

Greece Wants To Boost Greek In Schools

The Greek government in May will put before the Parliament in May a draft law on the overall reform of Greek language education, Education...

Greek Law Students Win World Moot Court

Students from the Athens Law School have recently received one more distinction, this time in the 6th International Roman Law Moot Court Competition. Students...

Turkish Pseudo-State Recruits Foreign Students

Many African students looking to go to a college outside their countries are being aggressively recruited by schools in the Turkish-occupied area of Cyprus...

Deree Commencement: 500 Graduates and a Moving Speech by Libra CEO

Cheered on by thousands of parents and friends, almost 500 young men and women celebrated their graduation from DEREE - The American College of...

Education Ministry’s Memo: No Cell Phones or Tablets at Schools!

The Ministry of Education circulated a memorandum to schools around the country banning the use of cell phones and other electronic devices with the...

TEI Patras Brouhaha Over Athena Project

Students at the Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Patras engaged in scuffles over disagreements concerning the government's so-called Athena project to consolidate colleges. It...

Education Minister: Parents Blocking Refugee Children from Attending Oreokastro School ‘Not Representative of Greek...

The decision taken by the Parents and Guardians Association of the 5th Primary School in Oreokastro, Thessaloniki to block the enrollment of refugee children...

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