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PM Tsipras Meets With School Cleaning Staff; Announces Ten Percent Salary Raise

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met on Thursday with the cleaning staff of the country's public schools at the Maximos Mansion, where he announced...

Greek University to Conduct its First Experiment on International Space Station

A new, innovative space module, partially constructed by Greece's Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), will be launched from Florida's Kennedy Space Center at Cape...

Greek Language Center Uses Scrabble to Promote Greek Around the World

The organization called the Center for the Greek Language (KEΓ) and the Greek Scrabble Union agreed recently to join forces and introduce the world-famous...

Greece, Cyprus Among EU Nations Reaching ”Europe 2020” Education Targets

Eurostat announced recently that Greece and Cyprus are among the EU nations which reached or exceeded the targets laid out in the ''Europe 2020''...

Greece’s High Schools To Start at Nine o’Clock Instead of 8:15 Beginning Next Year

Greece's high schools are expected to begin their day forty-five minutes later than usual next year, according to deputy Minister of Education Merope Tzoufi. Speaking with...

Municipality of Athens Launches Refugee Integration Program

"Curing the Limbo", a new pilot program for refugee integration, was presented on Monday by the Municipality of Athens. The program is a European pilot...

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki To Help Create New “University of Europe”

France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and Greece will cooperate to lead developments in higher education in the European Union, state-run AMNA news agency...

February 9 is International Greek Language Day

Following years of efforts and campaigning by academics, teachers and Greek people around the world, the ninth of February was officially declared International Greek...

Greek Space Agency Receives Proposals for NASA Lunar Exploration Mission

The Greek Space Agency (ELDO) announced on Tuesday that fourteen different proposals  have been received as part of its participation in NASA's "Invitation to...

US Embassy Offers Ten Scholarships for Greeks to Study in the US

The U.S. Embassy in Athens announced on Wednesday the launch of a new program which will give the chance to ten Greek students to...

Greek PhD Graduates on the Decline

According to data published by Greece’s National Documentation Center on Friday, the number of PhDs issued by Greek universities has slightly declined compared to...

Public Sector Employees Call 24-Hour Strike for Thursday

Greece’s largest public-sector union organization (ADEDY), which represents employees working for the country's public sector, has called for a 24-hour nationwide strike on Thursday,...

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