A pan-European report on the generational trends in levels of education has been released.
Adults aged between 25 and 59 were asked about their own educational level as well as that of their parents.
A significant number of young Bosnians are out of work – and it is not only due to a job shortage.
An investigation carried out by a think tank found that attitudes have a large part to play.
Universities across the UK are becoming increasingly dependent on plagiarism tracking software. Read more
Continuous disruption in classes in England must be stopped, says the head of Ofsted. Read more
South Sudanese students attending university in East Africa are asking for help after their funding was cut.Read more
Education officials in Zambia are discussing plans to improve access to education for girls. Read more
English universities will be able to admit more students to universities next year, under new plans. Read more
The Dutch Junior Education Minster says that there is no plan to introduce upper limits on class sizes.Read more
Australia has launched a MOOEC; a Massive Open Online Course for English language learning. Read more
Literacy and numeracy in Wales has been brought back into focus by the recent PISA results.Read more
Libya has announced that it will provide free access to higher education for all refugees.Read more
India is facing a severe crisis in producing enough quality lecturing staff to fill university positions.Read more
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