As the school bell rings, students across the Balkans return to their classrooms. Education is a major contributor to development, peace and stability, and the EU has made reform a precondition for membership. Will this year see major steps forward?
The government says it will change current legislation that tries to keep students enrolled in state-run colleges.
New budget cuts are forcing parents to dig deeper into their wallets.
Understaffing remains a huge problem, as Montenegro implements the pan-European Bologna Process.
More than 100 Kosovo teens were treated for a mysterious illness last week. While most were sent home, five returned to hospital for further treatment.
SKOPJE, Macedonia -- EU Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture and Youth Jan Figel said on Thursday (September 3rd) that he is satisfied with...
A-SMYLE, established in 2005, is a student exchange programme under the American Councils for International Education.
School is just around the corner, but Serbian teachers have a list of grievances they want settled before they step into the classroom.