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Education ministers from the three Belgian language communities held their first “interministerial conference” this week, in the presence of King Philippe.
A new study reveals that an increasing number of Francophone Belgian students, ranging from primary to secondary school, are enrolling in immersion programmes.
The Flemish Agency for Education Services (AgODI) is demanding that 188 teachers pay back back-pay they received by mistake. Some teachers are being asked to repay as much as €20,000.
The prefect of the Rive Gauche Athenaeum in Laeken in Brussels has been suspended following incidents last week when three teachers were hospitalised.
Flanders ranks third in the world for the quality of its maths teaching in primary and secondary schools, according to a new study released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Develop
Brussels social education centre Citizenne has been awarded this year’s Flemish Culture Prize in the category of social-cultural work with adults, culture minister Joke Schauvliege announced.
The number of students in Brussels’ Dutch-language schools has reached an all-time high, with nearly 41,000 students in nursery, primary and secondary education.
The education system can play an important role in dealing with child poverty, but it needs help from the government.