|7 July||Breaking news|
A college that was started by Ukrainian nuns in 1947 to cater for post-war Ukrainian women refugees has grown into one of the most praised multicultural, coeducational colleges near Philadelphia
|10 January, 2018||Society|
What will change for teachers and students in 2018
|7 November, 2017||Society|
Mostly discussed for its regulation of the language of instruction in schools, the new law offers more overlooked important innovations intended to change the quality and the content of education in Ukraine
|23 July, 2015||Economics|
Ukraine will face a complete degradation of public services unless painful but necessary changes take place
|24 February, 2015||Society|
Deputy Education Minister Maksym Strikha: "Science is not a means of satisfying one's curiosity, but the guarantee of the national security"
Mr. Strikha spoke to The Ukrainian Week about the current status and the potential of the Ukrainian science, the need for reform at the National Academy of Sciences, and forged academic degrees.
|10 September, 2013|
The people of Britain have an asset worth billions of dollars and effective soft power across the globe in their tongues
|8 August, 2013||News|
Among the Baltic, the V4, and the EaP countries Moldova spends the largest amount of money on education, Eastbook.eu infroms.
|4 August, 2013||Society|
Nobel Prize-Winning Chemist Ryōji Noyori: “What one person can invent is very limited. An important aspect of innovation is to devise a system and ways to use scientific knowledge”
Ryōji Noyori on chemistry as an integral element of human survival, science in Japan’s prosperity and supranational cooperation against global problems
|30 July, 2013||Society|
Children who watch too much TV and play with gadgets prefer visual to verbal communication
|29 April, 2013||News|
NaUKMA got into "Webometrics Ranking of World Universities", writes Andreas Umland DAAD Associate Professor of Political Science, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" on his page in Facebook.
|12 April, 2013||Society|
Oleksandr Zheliba, lecturer at Nizhyn University in Chernihiv Oblast, encourages his students to write Wikipedia articles instead of reports and projects
|1 April, 2013|
The brain drain process is a painful challenge to Lithuania, as the country is losing the best of its young people, would-be scholars, artists, business people, probably – even public figures, policy makers and statesmen as well.
|31 March, 2013||Society|
How university rectors are turning their offices into lucrative lifelong sinecures
|31 March, 2013||History|
How education became secular, universal and accessible to the public at large
|2 December, 2011||Society|
Why the Education Ministry fell out with the Kyiv Polytechnical Institute
|28 November, 2011||Society|
Graduates from schools in Central and Eastern Europe took part in the fifth competition of debate, knowledge of current issues and the German language
|15 August, 2011|
Pressure on the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, cuts on funding for education, and a loose of state’s support provokes graduates’ “brain drain”… Will they ever come back?
|30 June, 2011||Investigation|
Businessmen close to the Ministry of Education earned nearly UAH 500 million on emergency exams for 5th and 8th graders
|12 March, 2011||Society|
Donetsk officials are eager to close down Ukrainian schools even if they are 95% filled with students. But parents are fighting back
|3 February, 2011||Society|
The draft law on education actively promoted by the government will make colleges and universities completely dependent on the Education Ministry
|14 January, 2011||Society|
The efforts of the Ministry of Education to bring Donetsk National University (DNU) under its heel at any cost have greatly damaged the image of the biggest state university in southeastern Ukraine