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In 2018, a middle school for adolescents aged 10 to 14 will open its doors in Anderlecht, the first of its kind in Belgium which currently only has two school levels: primary and secondary, writes

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As Belgium's parliamentary year kicks off this week, state secretary for foreign trade Pieter De Crem (pictured) is conspicuous in his absence, as he is in the US for six week

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Only about 37% of Belgian primary school students are taught a foreign language, according to a study by the Statistical Office of the European Union on the occasion of the European Da

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The call centres of the Belgian emergency hotline numbers 112 and 100 last year received a total of 2,757,722 calls, or an average of 7,555 per day, reports De Morgen based on figures from

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The Flanders Catholic education network (VSKO) has announced it will implement a policy of total acceptance of other faiths.

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Gwendolyn Rutten, leader of the Flemish liberal party Open VLD, wants primary schools in Flanders to introduce the English language into their curriculum.

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The Council of State in Belgium has ruled in favour of a religion teacher who was not hired because she refused to sign an agreement banning teachers from wearing headscarves or other religio

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A study published on Tuesday by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows that 18% of the 25- to 34-year-olds in Belgium has no upper secondary, or high school d

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Belgium's Goedele Liekens has made waves in Britain with a TV show about improving sex education.

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