Honduras has created a National Education Board that will come under the direct leadership of the President.
The move comes at the same time as the government announced a reduction of the education budget.
The Schools’ Minister in England is urging teachers to go back to using textbooks in the classroom.
Over recent years, teachers have abandoned textbooks in favour of photocopied worksheets.
Consistent cuts to Ireland’s higher education budget have resulted in a rise in staff to student ratios.Read more
Italy’s schools are far behind those in other EU countries, says the EU's latest report.Read more
IT degrees in the UK are lacking in the region of cyber security, say computing experts.Read more
Education officials in Wales are concerned over the poor standard of pupils’ maths skills.Read more
Despite a proposal for Norwegian universities to charge tuition fees to foreign students, several disagree.Read more
Anti-bullying policies are working, as fewer pupils are being bullied than in 2004, says the UK Government.Read more
There are now over 10,000 British students studying in the USA, says a new report.Read more
China is set to overtake the EU and USA in research and development spending, says the OECD.Read more
The Schools’ Minister for England has confirmed the amount of pupil premium funding for 2015-16.Read more
To turn its teacher shortage around, Sweden must improve conditions for young teachers, says a survey.Read more
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