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24 April 2014

Finland: citizens raise their voices on the future of education

The Opetusalan Ammattijärjestö(OAJ) has launched an initiative with a “machine of the future” travelling around Helsinki. More




24 April 2014

Korean teachers’ union overwhelmed by letters of support following ferry disaster

Words of support and grief for South Korea are arriving from around the world as dive teams continue to search for victims following the ferry sinking off the country’s south-western coast. More




23 April 2014

France: Government renews its pledge to reform education

The new French Prime Minister says he will forge ahead with promised education reforms as three national teachers’ unions challenged his government to put quality education at the top of his agenda. More




23 April 2014

Spain: Austerity called into question

Austerity measures and structural reforms have come under fire in Spain, one of the countries most affected by the economic crisis. Now, the Constitutional Court of Spain and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are reviewing the viability and adequacy of the laws passed as part of the restructuring plans. More



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