Lawmakers Get Hellenic Studies Chair Presentation

In a meeting attended by Educational Affairs Committees and Diaspora Greeks, the new effort of Hellenic Studies, a worldwide recognized educational schedule, was presented...

Greek Judges, Garbage Collectors Strike

Mountains of rubbish are accumulating on the streets of Athens and courtroom doors remain closed. These are the results of municipal workers and judges strikes...

Greeks Threaten Albanian Classmate With Golden Dawn

An Albanian girl who had achieved the highest grades at a Greek school in Farsala, earning the right to carry the Greek flag in...

MIT’s Hydrorobot Heading for Greek Schools

The Hydrobot-based SeaPerch, a prototype robotic program through which trained teachers - who in turn train their students in the construction of an underwater...

Only Child in Life and Only Student in Class

Ioanna may be an only child savoring the full attention and love of her parents but she is now the only pupil in one...

Golden Dawn Targets Immigrant Children

Greece’s Interior Ministry has denied that a list it compiled of the nationalities of nursery school children was designed to provide information to the...

A Day in an Occupied School in Thessaloniki

As I was heading to the 7th Gymnasio-Lykeio of Thessaloniki, one of the occupied schools of the city, I was under the impression that...

Results of Pan-Hellenic Exams for Greeks Abroad

The Ministry of Education, Lifelong Learning, and Religious Affairs has announced the results from the Pan-Hellenic Examinations for admission to higher education for children...
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American Farm School Opens Center for Agricultural Entrepreneurship

In an initiative focused on strengthening healthy and sustainable entrepreneurship in Greece , the American Farm School has opened the Center for Agricultural Entrepreneurship,...

Too Expensive: Fewer Greeks Studying Abroad

With a crushing economic crisis cutting back purchasing power, fewer Greeks are able to afford going abroad to study at universities. The Organization for Economic...

Ikonomou Speaks at Cyprus Multi-Lingualism Conference

Ioannis Ikonomou, a translator for the European Commission and the most multi-lingual person in the European Union, was one of the speakers at the...

Diaspora Will Protest Cutting of Greek Teachers

Greek expatriates are preparing massive protests over the Greek government’s decision to halt Greek language schools from operating abroad from next summer. Diaspora Greeks...

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