Greek Education Minister Wants to Drop Panhellenic Exams

During a speech in the Greek Parliament on Monday, the Greek Education Minister stated that the government is attempting to create a system which will...

Thessaloniki University Students Plead for Help as Campus is Marred by Drug Dealing and...

Students of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki sent a letter to the highest Greek authorities asking for a solution to rampant criminal activity and vandalism...

Northern Greek Schools Occupied in Protest Against FYROM Name Deal

Photo: OnLarissa Over one in three schools in Central Macedonia are currently being occupied by students protesting the recent Prespa Agreement made between Greece and...

Olympia International Film Festival Kicks off Dec. 1

The 21st annual Olympia International Film Festival for Children and Young People will take place from December 1-8 in the cities of Pyrgos and...

Greek Research Team Creates Dyslexia Diagnostic Tool

By: Phil Butler* According to Dyslexia International, the number of children and adults worldwide who are at risk of lifelong illiteracy because of dyslexia may...

Pupils to be Taught the Pontic Greek Dialect

School authorities in Serres on Monday announced an initiative to teach the Pontic Greek dialect in a number of schools in Northern Greece, the...

Tsipras, Mitsotakis Clash Over Lawlessness at Greek Universities

PM Alexis Tsipras and leader of the main opposition party New Democracy, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, clashed in Parliament over the issue of law and order in...

Athens Technical University To Offer Joint Degrees With Columbia

For the first time in Greek higher education, a major university will now offer joint programs with Columbia University of New York City.

” A World Without Smoking” Conference Held in Trikala

Philanthropist George D. Behrakis (L) and Trikala Mayor Dimitris Papastergiou (R) The ninth Panhellenic Student Conference, titled "Education for a World Without Smoking"    was...

Students, Teachers Storm Greek Education Ministry (video)

Dozens of students and teachers stormed the Ministry of Education building in Athens on Friday in protest against planned reforms in Greece's secondary schools. The...

Police, Students Violently Clash in Central Athens

Student demonstrators opposing reforms to Greek secondary education clashed with police in central Athens on Monday. Police fired tear gas at protesters who were hurling...

Greek Universities in Turmoil; Opposition Pledges to End Asylum

The Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) was shuttered on Wednesday, while the School of Philosophy at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens...

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