More than half of Paraguay’s school pupils do not complete nine years of basic education, says a new report.
The country's new president has plans for reform of the sector.
Political parties in Sweden have been discussing the mechanics of running the country’s free schools.
General agreement was reached on new rules for providers and education standards.
Teaching unions and the Education Minister in Honduras are not seeing eye to eye, say reports.Read more
Ecuador is making strides to improve its higher education by investing in the sector.Read more
The standard of teaching in Further Education colleges must rise, says England’s opposition party.Read more
The number of primary schools in England with more than 1,000 pupils has risen sharply since 2010.Read more
A new law has been signed in the Philippines to extend the basic education curriculum.Read more
A national association for tutors is being planned in a bid to improve the quality of tutoring.Read more
Jamaica must invest in early childhood education if it is to have an educated society, says an MP.Read more
French education unions may strike over a move to deliver more lectures in English in French universities.Read more
Young people in the UK are reading more via electronic devices than traditional books, says a new study.Read more
The number of primary school places in Dubai will need to be doubled by 2024 to meet demand. Read more
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