Education

8 August 2018
More Than a Neighborly Gesture

Massive financial assistance from Romania has not only led to the renovation of hundreds of kindergartens in Moldova, dampening a major reason for emigration, but also imported best practices in local financial management.

By Madalin Necsutu and Ilie Gulca
 
18 July 2018
Have Hungarian Authorities Now Set Their Sights on Academy of Sciences? Premium

Critics see move to hand over big part of science budget to new ministry as way to extend political control over unruly academics.

 
25 June 2018
Russian Private University Loses Accreditation Premium

The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences’ reputation as a liberal stronghold might be the reason behind the move.

 
23 May 2018
Under No Illusions

As new textbooks on Russian history, close to the Kremlin playbook, are rolled out in the country’s high schools, some teachers make clear that they are not so easily fooled.

By Wasse Jonkhans
 
19 April 2018
A Likely Story: Russia Urges Foreign-Based Students to Come Home Premium

Government agency launches program aimed at students in Britain and other "unfriendly countries."

 
4 April 2018
Russia Threatens Sanctions Over Latvia’s Education Reforms Premium

Riga makes Latvian the only language of instruction in high schools, triggering accusations of violating minority rights from the Russian parliament.

 
13 March 2018
Teacher Strike Highlights Kosovo’s Education Woes Premium
EU representative says the country’s lack of progress on education reform could cost it dearly.
 

TOL's education section is sponsored by the Open Society Institute with the contribution of the Education Support Program (ESP). The ESP aims to facilitate change in education and national policy development in line with the Soros foundation network's mission of promoting open society.

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