More Hours For Primary School Teachers

In an effort not to appoint substitute educators and save funds, the Greek government decided to make school teachers work two more hours per...

Teacher Dies After Facing Firing

Kleopatra Kapsahati, a teacher of nursing in the 1st Technical High School of Tyrnavos in Larissa, Greece, passed away on July 27 after she...

Fewer University and Technical Institute Enrollments

The great reduction in student enrollment in the Technical Educational Institutes (TEI), which was proposed by the team of the Minister of Education and...

Teachers Plan Strike, Suit Against Transfers

With the beginning of the Greek school year looming, the teachers federation OLME said may strike to protest the transfer and firing of its...

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...

Greek Student Election Apathy Rules

Only about two-third of Greek university students eligible to vote for representatives on their school's boards voted this year with a sharp rise in...

Police Tear-gas Protesting Teachers

Within an atmosphere of tension teachers continue protesting outside the Ministry of Education. Teachers strongly protesting the mobility scheme invaded the courtyard of the ministry...

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...

Crisis Puts Cypriot Students In Despair

Students in Cyprus are in high anxiety because of the country's economic crisis that is seeing big bank deposits nearly wiped out and families...

Teachers Mull Indefinite Strike Plan

Greek school teachers, enraged over a so-called mobility scheme that will thousands of them transferred while being paid lower wages and with many likely...

Free Meals For Cypriot Students In Greece

Stuck abroad with little availability to funds as Cyprus had kept banks closed for two weeks until March 28, students from the island who...

Parliament Backs High School Reforms

The Greek Parliament, controlled by the ruling coalition government of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' New Democracy Conservatives and his partner, the PASOK Socialists, approved...

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