Kelly Bryd, 22, had high hopes for her new life in Korea when she flew to the country from the United States in February 2021. A junior majoring in Korean studies at George Mason University Korea in Incheon, Bryd wanted to practice and improve her...
The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education proposed on Thursday a supplementary budget of 1.1 trillion won ($983.9 billion), part of which will go toward supplying every middle school student with an electronic device. “We have set aside some 60...
More young students are expected to attend in-person classes in the new semester according to plans announced by the Ministry of Education Thursday to ease some social distancing regulations in schools.
Weeks before Korea’s school year begins, the KDCA chief suggested in a research paper that classrooms should provide in-person learning, stressing that keeping kids at home was “costly at both the individual and societal levels.”
Incheon’s Yeonsu-gu was selected to host the Unesco Institute for Lifelong Learning’s fifth International Conference on Learning Cities (ICLC) in 2021, an event expected to bring together education experts from nearly 230 cities.
As the country approaches the one-year mark in its battle against the Covid-19 epidemic, changes triggered by social distancing guidelines have laid bare inequalities in Korean society. While the lives of some have been less disturbed by...
Schools in the greater Seoul area reopened Monday for the first time in nearly a month, as the daily toll of coronavirus cases sunk to 70.
Telecom operators are making a foray into online education amid growing demand for digital learning as people seek to avoid face-to-face contact during the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents are balking at the poor quality of online classes for their kids as remote learning extends into a second semester amid a spike in domestic coronavirus cases.
The Ministry of Education on Wednesday abolished regulations restricting credits that can be earned through online classes in universities as remote learning becomes the norm amid the coronavirus pandemic.