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There are plenty of forums where adults sit down to talk about children's education, but very few where children's voices are actually heard...


The huge advantage of higher education in the Wallonia-Brussels Community lies in the diversity of the available courses of study...


Switzerland: Young scientists wanted

22 November 2008, 00:00

More children are to be attracted into science and engineering with a new package of measures...


Grants for students in England starting university next year will be cut because


Some 49,500 young people benefited from student grants or loans last year, according to figures released by the Federal Statistics Office...



Girls already have a well-established educational lead over boys by the time they start school, a study claims...


The BELB had a budget deficit of £9m four years ago Education Minister Caitriona Ruane has agreed to meet an education board which suspended its meetings last week in protest at a shortage of funds...


Swiss students have strong language skills, according to a European survey, with 42 per cent speaking at least two foreign languages fluently or well...


More pupils in London are walking, cycling or using public transport to get to school, a report says. Figures collected by Transport for London from 1,200 schools in 32 of the 33 London boroughs show an average reduction in car journeys of 6.4%.


All pupils will receive free meals in the first three years of primary school, the Scottish Government has announced...