Saturday, 23 September, 2017

Education

Andalucia Junta head Susana Diaz wants to give allowances to students who do well in their studies at public institutions in Spain.

A poll found that 70.8 % of students prefer to work in the USA, with only 8.56% wanting to work in Great Britain

He claimed confiscation of his phone was 'mistreatment' by his mother

Spain and the UK climbed up the rankings

She took to Twitter to urge Catholic group Hazte Oir not to 'bring these buses to the U.S. (or anywhere)' as it revealed a new bus to tour the country next week

70 companies signed up to the scheme in under a fortnight

Anyone aged 19 or under is invited to nominate their best work for the award

The regional government has signed off on a new protocol in a bid to tackle transphobia

The Eco Reserva above Ojen is a wildlife oasis where all ages can get up close to deer and other woodland creatures while learning about the environment and sustainability

The country’s students now perform as well in the subject as those in the UK, Switzerland and France, and better than their contemporaries in Ireland, Italy and Austria

The Guardia Civil is now investigating the issue

The Ministry of Education said that 19.7% of 18 to 24-year-olds left without having completed compulsory high school exams or an alternative equivalent qualification in the second trimester of 2016

That is the verdict of Íñigo Méndez de Vigo, the Junta’s Education Minister, who wants to ‘put more emphasis on education’ like in best performing regions ‘Castilla-León, Madrid and Navarra.

The centre-left party has asked the government to put pressure on state TV channel RTVE to stop dubbing foreign-made children’s programmes into Spanish

A look back at one of the most dramatic years in memory

He is being held at Almeria’s El Acebuche prison

Studio flats come with dinner party rooms, a cinema and a private gym

The entry level salary was nearly €7,600 above the OECD average

Mums and dads warn schools their kids will not complete their homework in protest

Erasmus has an uncertain future as Britain tries to negotiate deals

More than 500 students are enrolled at the two schools

The study shows mothers are less willing to travel overseas

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