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Children at the hospital. © mgorod.kz
29 school students and teachers faint one after another in Western Kazakhstan

25 school children and 4 teachers fainted in a Western Kazakhstan village school one after another.

29 school students and teachers faint one after another in Western Kazakhstan
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Ministry of National Economy observes high outflow of qualified work force from Kazakhstan

Vice Minister of National Economy Madina Abylkassymova reported an increase of qualified work force outflow from Kazakhstan at the Migration Process Tendencies and Social Aspects roundtable meeting.

Ministry of National Economy observes high outflow of qualified work force from Kazakhstan
Marzhan Adilbek does not believe her teacher is to blame for the explosion. ©Alisher Akhmetov
Two military training teachers arrested in Almaty after grenade explosion in classroom. Who to blame?

The police in Almaty have arrested the teacher, whose student in military training class was killed by a grenade explosion. However, many believe he is not the one to blame. Including one of the injured students.

Two military training teachers arrested in Almaty after grenade explosion in classroom. Who to blame?
Jeb Bush champions US education reform ahead of 2016

Ex-president George W. Bush's younger brother Jeb, who is mulling a 2016 White House run, called for a revolution in the US education system.

Jeb Bush champions US education reform ahead of 2016
Talgat Yegizbayev ©Rakhim Koilybayev
Atyrau student wins silver in Brazil research competition

A student from Kazakhstan has been awarded a silver medal in Brazil for his study of Mercedes-Benz trademark.

Atyrau student wins silver in Brazil research competition
Classroom after the explosion.
Explosion in Almaty college: Why was the grenade real?

An explosion of a grenade in Almaty college in southern Kazakhstan killed a student. It also injured 12 others, some of whom remain in critical condition. But how could a real grenade replace a model in a basic military training classroom?

Explosion in Almaty college: Why was the grenade real?
You say "lady" I say "feudal slave": Korea's language divide

North and South Korea have never found dialogue easy, but academics from both sides currently meeting in Pyongyang are trying to steer things in the right direction.

You say "lady" I say "feudal slave": Korea's language divide
Malala donates $50,000 children's prize to Gaza schools

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai said she is giving her entire winnings from a children's rights award to help rebuild schools in war-ravaged Gaza.

Malala donates $50,000 children's prize to Gaza schools
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Headscarf ban in West Kazakhstan prevents girl from entering school

A six-year old girl in West Kazakhstan cannot go to school because of the ban on headwear in the school's charter. Parents of the girl filed a lawsuit citing the Constitution but lost. They are going to appeal.

Headscarf ban in West Kazakhstan prevents girl from entering school
Spanish students march against spending cuts, reforms

Thousands of chanting students, teachers and parents took to the streets across Spain to protest against government spending cuts.

Spanish students march against spending cuts, reforms
Kazakhstan team that participated in  11th ABU Asia-Pacific Robot Contest 2012 in Hong Kong among Asia Pacific countries ©Vladimir Prokopenko
Futuristic future demands reforms in Kazakhstan education: Astana Mayor

Kazakh Minister of Eduation and Science and the mayor of Astana said education in Kazakhstan required deep reforms due to increasing penetration of technological innovation into every aspect of the modern life.

Futuristic future demands reforms in Kazakhstan education: Astana Mayor
Nazarov family. ©Tengrinews.kz
Family of 27 teachers celebrates Teacher's Day in southern Kazakhstan

A family of 27 teachers have been honored in Shymkent, southern Kazakshtan on the eve of the Teacher's Day.

Family of 27 teachers celebrates Teacher's Day in southern Kazakhstan
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. ©REUTERS
Teach English, not Russian in Ukraine schools: president

Ukrainian President risked further angering the Kremlin by suggesting that English lessons replace Russian ones in schools.

Teach English, not Russian in Ukraine schools: president
Afghan students ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan mulls extension of education program for Afghan citizens

Kazakhstan mulls extending its education program for citizens of Afghanistan.

Kazakhstan mulls extension of education program for Afghan citizens
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UNICEF research denies connection between of Unified National Testing and suicide rates among Kazakhstani teens

The UNICEF research of suicide among teens in Kazakhstan refutes negative effect of the Unified National Testing.

UNICEF research denies connection between of Unified National Testing and suicide rates among Kazakhstani teens
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Kazakhstani village youth more prone to suicide than city teens

The Prosecutor General’s Office reported higher level of suicides among village teens in comparison to their city peers.

Kazakhstani village youth more prone to suicide than city teens
Teachers union calls for boycott of Nigeria school restart

The head of Nigeria's main teachers union called for a boycott of next week's re-opening of schools.

Teachers union calls for boycott of Nigeria school restart
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Final exams for $60: Corruption at Kazakhstani Universities

Kazakh anti-corruption project STOPKylmys (StopCorruption) initiated by the youth wings of Zhas Otan and Nur Otan political parties reported the results of an anonymous survey among Kazakhstani students.

Final exams for $60: Corruption at Kazakhstani Universities
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Australia world's most expensive for international students

Australia is the most expensive place for an international student to attend university, ahead of Singapore and the United States, with India the cheapest.

Australia world's most expensive for international students
Bilingual schools tackle Spain's language shortfall

Spanish regions began responding by launching intensive English "bilingual colleges".

Bilingual schools tackle Spain's language shortfall