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The Brussels-Capital Region has appointed a school facilitator, economist Julie Lumen, whose task is to co-ordinate the development of extra places in Brussels schools.
The so-called Toeter Test to examine whether young children are ready for primary school is still used by half of all Flemish schools, but the time has come to end it, say educational exper
The integration department of the City of Ghent is co-operating with the University College Ghent (HoGent) to set up a container classroom on a caravan terrain in the city.
Since 2011, the socio-cultural organisation Internationaal Comité has been co-operating with dozens of cultural associations to set up info sessions, workshops and networking initi
Belgium’s Catholic University of Louvain has broken new ground Wednesday after launching the first version of its international Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC.
Need to brush up your French, or fancy tackling an entirely new language? Brussels is a language-learning treasure chest waiting to be cracked open, and here’s where you can make a start.
Education ministers from the three Belgian language communities held their first “interministerial conference” this week, in the presence of King Philippe.
A new study reveals that an increasing number of Francophone Belgian students, ranging from primary to secondary school, are enrolling in immersion programmes.
The Flemish Agency for Education Services (AgODI) is demanding that 188 teachers pay back back-pay they received by mistake. Some teachers are being asked to repay as much as €20,000.