The Bulgarian cabinet will close the Research Fund unit at the Ministry of Education and will create a new agency to control money for science.
Bulgaria's government has adopted a strategy on reducing the share of school droputs.
Over 138 Syrian children in immigration centers are beginning to study Bulgarian language, according to the Minister of Education, Aneliya Klisarova.
The research potential of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is a vital resource for the country, stated BAS chair Stefan Vodenicharov at the Monday celebration of the institution's 144th anniversary.
The Board of Directors of the private Moscow-based university the New Economic School (NES, also known as the Russian Economic School) has approved Simeon Djankov, former Bulgarian Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, as Rector.
L'Oreal Bulgaria and UNESCO's fellowship program "For Women in Science" has been launched for the fourth time in Bulgaria.
Sofia city hall will partner with Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski on a project for a new high school.
Bulgaria is about to win EU funding specially allocated to education in the next programming period, according to Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria's Education Minister, Aneliya Klisarova, pledged better work conditions for Bulgarian teachers and higher State stipends for college students pursuing teaching degrees.
Bulgarian Education Minister Aneliya Klisarova has cautioned that a mere 3% of teachers in the country are below 30 years of age, adding that is important to make the teaching profession attractive for young people.
A new Deputy Minister of Education is to be appointed in Bulgaria by August 26, Education Minister Aneliya Klisarova said Wednesday.
Bulgaria's oldest university, Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski, has been ranked 610th in a new international web ranking for universities.
A total of 11 schools in Bulgaria will be closed in September and some 34 other face the threat of closure, according to the Bulgarian Teachers Trade Union.
Bulgaria won a total of five medals, including one gold, at the 44th International Olympiad in Physics in Copenhagen.
The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BAS, has awarded the honorary title of Doctor Honoris Causa to Professor Steve Hanke, a renowned economis and the architect of Bulgaria's currency board regime.
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