Armenian education system, like many others, has been hit hard with the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, it was able to adapt within days and set up efficient remote learning for all - here is why
Due to the tense epidemiological situation in Baku and a number of other large cities of Azerbaijan, schools will switch to distance learning from April 5
The ministry of education has published a list of rules for the new school year in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Classes start September 15, after the state of emergency is lifted.
At the same time, schools will have to adhere to some mandatory regulations
How children live in conflict, how their dreams and reality coexist – according to students themselves and their parents
Teachers and students in Azerbaijan are getting used to learning online. A firsthand account of the pros and cons of the new system.
An investigator has been detained. Civil activists are holding rallies and demanding a fair investigation and punishment of all perpetrators
The recent and perhaps preventable suicide of a 14-year-old girl in Baku has brought the topic of school bullying to the forefront on Azerbaijan
Should such small schools be saved or closed in rural areas of Armenia?
This year Yerevan and two regions of Armenia will fully switch to a system of inclusive education, although there are still many unsolved problems – here are some of the failures and successes on this path
The youth are leaving Georgia’s mountain villages, and new benefits need to be introduced quick to solve the issue
The focus will be on Islam
The attacker, Tural Qarayev, has been detained. He calls himself an activist of the ruling party
Many in the country still believe that the main priorities for a woman are a home and a family – education is not only unnecessary, but can even be harmful
Chechen leader lambasts education minister’s anti-hijab stance