University of Athens Rector: If SYRIZA Wins, Education Will Return to ‘Black Era’

University of Athens rector and parliamentary candidate Theodoros Fortsakis referred to the honor he has been given by New Democracy, which chose him to...

Teachers Will Not Strike During Exams

After a 12-hour meeting of the presidents of the local Secondary School Teachers Unions (ELME), the Greek Federation of Secondary State School Teachers (OLME)...

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...

Local Priest in Tzoumerka, Greece Teaches Primary Students

A local priest has taken on the role of a teacher at the primary school of Matsouki village, in Tzoumerka, Epirus, as the school...

Chinese Students Enjoy Greek Studies at Athens University

  Hailing from the Beijing Foreign Studies University, 23 students are the first ever group of Chinese students to attend the Athens university, to learn...

Institutions Present Draft Agreement to Athens as Negotiations Continue

On Sunday representatives of Greece's creditors presented the government with a draft agreement for completing the second review. According to a Greek finance ministry official,...

University Student Elections Marred by Violence [Video]

A group of hooded rioters attacked various tertiary education institutions during the university elections on Wednesday. Attacks took place at the Athens Law School,...

Greek School Year Starts Short 5,000 Teachers

The school year started on Monday in Greece with the traditional holy water sanctification. Over one million students went to class, but with 5,000...

Minister of Education and OLME Talks Break Down

A normal opening of the new school year is at risk, after the fruitless meeting of the Minister of Education, Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos, with the...

Most of Greek High-Schoolers Still Choose Private Tutoring

The Private Tutor Association of Attica (S.E.F.A.) presented a survey on social exclusion during its annual gala. According to the results, 4 out of...

Cypriot Teachers Have the Biggest Spending Power in Europe

A European Commission report released on Saturday, showed that teachers in Cyprus have more spending power than their European colleagues despite an 8.5% reduction to their...

Greek Education on the Brink of Tragedy

The Greek education system has been hit hard by the economic crisis and is on the brink of a tragedy, according to a trade...

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