Bulgaria's Cabinet approved during its regular Thursday meeting significant changes in the education sector.
Bulgaria's football star, Dimitar Berbatov, officially launched Sunday the Informational Campaign for Risk Factors for Young People's Development and Health.
900 Bulgarian libraries will be equipped with computers by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation over the next 4-5 years.
79 517 Bulgarian high school seniors took Tuesday morning their second mandatory school-ending exam.
Bulgaria's Education Minister, Daniel Valchev signed Monday the order for mandatory study and usage of the literary Bulgarian language in the country's public schools.
Fifty Bulgarian schools abroad will receive disks with lessons in Bulgarian language.
The number of students wearing school uniforms will reach 100 000 in the beginning of the next school year.
Literary Bulgarian language is mandatory in all Bulgarian public schools, the Bulgarian Education Ministry declared Tuesday.
Half of 15-year-olds in Bulgaria fail in their reading comprehension and cannot read to learn and absorb knowledge.
Bulgaria's universities are going to boost their admission numbers by 10% in order to meet demands on the labor market.
The European Commission has backed up Bulgaria by complaining to Luxembourg regarding the country's non-recognition of Bulgarian qualifications.
Bulgaria's Deputy PM and Education Minister, Daniel Valchev, requested Tuesday a referendum on education reform.
US President Barack Obama has singled out a Bulgarian student who will take part in the youth forum, held during the NATO summit in Strasbourg.
Over 1 000 students from all over Bulgaria are taking part Tuesday in the "Manager for a Day" initiative.
Bulgarian students are more often drunk and smoke a lot more than the majority of their European colleagues.
The Italian Energy giant, Enel, made a donation to seven Bulgarian schools for intensive Italian classes.
Students with Christian crosses or girls with Muslim scarves will no longer be allowed in Bulgarian public schools.
Bulgaria's Minister of Education, Daniel Valchev, presented Monday a draft bill aimed at a radical reform of the Bulgarian high school education including a strengthening of school discipline.
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