Financial support of EUR 12 million planned for 100,000 young people

Financial support of EUR 12 million is planned for 100,000 young people as part of the government’s third set of economic measures, aimed at assisting citizens and the economy during the coronacrisis, Minister of Education and Science Arber Ademi told...

One staffer tests positive for COVID-19 as kindergarten screening continues

One staffer tests positive for COVID-19 as kindergarten screening continues

Of the 908 tests as part of the kindergarten staff screening in Bitola, Skopje and Veles, only one staffer tested positive for COVID-19 in Bitola.

Politics out of education, says minister

Politics out of education, says minister

Minister of Education and Science Renata Deskoska says politics should leave the education sector while investing efforts into the Skopje university's autonomy.

Number of high school students drops by 15,000 over past four years

Number of high school students drops by 15,000 over past four years

The number of high school students dropped by 15 thousand between 2013 and 2017, research carried out at the Institute for Strategic Research and Education (ISIE) has discovered.

City of Skopje to invest in energy efficient high schools: mayor

City of Skopje to invest in energy efficient high schools: mayor

The City of Skopje is launching a large-scale investment project envisaging reconstruction of the infrastructure of high schools across the Macedonian capital.

Education Minister withdraws school-books she says had discriminatory content

Education Minister withdraws school-books she says had discriminatory content

Education Minister Renata Treneska Deskoska held her first 100 days press conference on Monday and announced that fourth and eight grade books on civil education will be withdrawn following complaints about some of their content.

School year begins on September 4th

School year begins on September 4th

The 2017/2018 school year in public elementary and high schools in Macedonia will begin on September 4th, the Education Ministry informed.

Cambridge curricula won’t be introduced in secondary education as of September: education ministry says

Cambridge curricula won’t be introduced in secondary education as of September: education ministry says

Ministry of Education and Science informed that Government at its Tuesday’s session adopted decision that Cambridge programme will not be implemented in secondary education as of September.

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