Two education charities in England have partnered to improve the quality of school governance.
Teachers in Argentina have held a demonstration march in Buenos Aires to protest at their low pay.
The Welsh education gap between disadvantaged pupils and those who are not widens with age.
Book sales in Poland are in decline, according to figures released up to the end of 2012.
Schools in England must do more to close the achievement gap, says the Schools’ Minister.
The EU is to propose new rules to cut the cost of implementing high speed broadband services by up to a third.
Russia’s Education Minister says tertiary education leaders must publish their incomes online.
More male teachers are required in the UAE, but many men avoid the profession, which lacks status.
Microsoft Africa is helping business women in Kenya make their businesses more effective.
Education investment across Europe has been falling since 2010 due to the current economic crisis.
More than 27,000 students in England dropped out of their university courses during 2011-12.
The US Education Department has launched a College Scorecard of information for prospective students.
Campaigners in South Africa are calling on the government to improve rural broadband provision.
The student movement in Chile has announced that its first official protest of the year will be in April.
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