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...

Lagadas Students Get Berlin Internships

A subsidized internship in a Berlin program for Greek students will be given to those in the municipality of Lagadas in the northeast part...

Greek PhD Theses on the Internet

The PhD theses of Greek scientists, a valuable archive and important source of knowledge, are now concentrated and available in a renewed website (http://www.didaktorika.gr),...

HS Teachers Walk Alone on Strike

Elementary school teachers support the protests, as they decided to go on a 48-hour strike on September 18 and 19. The decision was taken...

Greek Teachers Strike Fizzling Out

After making a lot of noise that they wouldn't stand for being transferred involuntarily or fired and would strike in protest, Greek teachers are...

Vlachou, Pashos Win Polidouri Poetry Awards

The Maria Polydouri poetry awards have been awarded for a fifth year, in Kalamata, under the auspices of the city, the charitable company Pharis...

Youth Parliament’s 18th Session Begins

The 18th session of the educational program, Youth Parliament, in Greece began on June 28 and will be concluded on July 1. The fundamental aim...

AUTH’s Rehabilitation Study On Halki Restoration

The rehabilitation study for the Theological School of Halki prepared by the Faculty of Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, was presented on...

European Students Visit Folegandros

Seventeen students from Estonia, Latvia, Turkey, Spain, Denmark and Belgium along with their teachers visited the island of Folegandros for one week, in the...

Greek Colleges Cut Courses 30%

Moving swiftly despite complaints, Greek Education Minister Constantinos Arvanitopoulos said the government would immediately implement plans to cut back the number of university departments...

Secondary School Teachers Move to Elementary Schools

In order to immediately implement the mobility scheme of 12,500 employees, the newly appointed Administrative Reform Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, and Deputy Minister of Education,...

TEI On Crete Suspends Itself

All educational and administrative functions of the Technological Educational Institute of Crete were stopped for a week on Sept. 5 after the school's Senate...

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