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Teenage boy takes own life in Tbilisi following ‘psychological abuse’ by police

Fifteen-year-old Luka Siradze took his own life after police officers allegedly used threats to coerce him into confessing to vandalising a school.

Teenage boy takes own life in Tbilisi following ‘psychological abuse’ by police

Fifteen-year-old Luka Siradze took his own life after police officers allegedly used threats to coerce him into confessing to vandalising a school.

Students go on strike to protest education reforms in Armenia

In addition to the strike, the youth wing of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation has organised a sit-in. 

Students go on strike to protest education reforms in Armenia

In addition to the strike, the youth wing of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation has organised a sit-in. 

Azerbaijani students struggle with high tuition fees

As students continue to drop out of university for financial reasons, critics call for reform.

Azerbaijani students struggle with high tuition fees

By Kamran Mahmudov

As students continue to drop out of university for financial reasons, critics call for reform.

Georgia offers older school teachers redundancy in education shake-up

Elderly teachers offered a generous retirement package as part of controversial new reforms by Georgia’s Education Ministry.

Georgia offers older school teachers redundancy in education shake-up

By Shota Kincha

Elderly teachers offered a generous retirement package as part of controversial new reforms by Georgia’s Education Ministry.

Students from Abkhazia who missed entrance exams to be admitted to Georgian universities

Applicants in Abkhazia were unable to take their exams after Abkhazia closed the border due to protests in Tbilisi.

Students from Abkhazia who missed entrance exams to be admitted to Georgian universities

Applicants in Abkhazia were unable to take their exams after Abkhazia closed the border due to protests in Tbilisi.

Student protest in Daghestan approaches third week

Students from the Daghestan State Pedagogical University are protesting against acting rector Aslan Radzhabov.

Student protest in Daghestan approaches third week

Students from the Daghestan State Pedagogical University are protesting against acting rector Aslan Radzhabov.

Analysis | Parents think Georgia’s schools are fine. But are students actually learning?

Polling by CRRC Georgia suggests parents are happy with the quality of schooling in Georgia, but international testing scores and reliance on private tutors suggest otherwise.

Analysis | Parents think Georgia’s schools are fine. But are students actually learning?

By CRRC

Polling by CRRC Georgia suggests parents are happy with the quality of schooling in Georgia, but international testing scores and reliance on private tutors suggest otherwise.

Georgia axes secondary school exams in controversial education reforms

Students will no longer sit standardised graduation tests for secondary school or the general intelligence component of the Unified National Exams.

Georgia axes secondary school exams in controversial education reforms

Students will no longer sit standardised graduation tests for secondary school or the general intelligence component of the Unified National Exams.

Georgia’s education initiative for Abkhazia leaves Gali students out in the cold

For Abkhazia’s ethnic Georgians in Gali, the Georgian government’s new peace initiative does little to help.

Georgia’s education initiative for Abkhazia leaves Gali students out in the cold

By Nino Gogua

For Abkhazia’s ethnic Georgians in Gali, the Georgian government’s new peace initiative does little to help.

Talking about sex: an unspoken topic in Armenia

While schools have introduced basic lessons on living a ‘healthy lifestyle’ that touch on the topic of sex, experts say they are not fit for purpose.

Talking about sex: an unspoken topic in Armenia

By Armine Avetisyan

While schools have introduced basic lessons on living a ‘healthy lifestyle’ that touch on the topic of sex, experts say they are not fit for purpose.

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