Universities in Korea will resume in-person classes from the upcoming fall semester, starting with small classes, laboratory courses and other kinds of instruction requiring hands-on teaching.
The white-underwear-only rule still existing in some girls’ middle and high schools in Seoul may soon be just a distant memory of the past.
Starting from June 14, middle school students in the Seoul metropolitan area will go to school more often, as the government raised the attendance cap for schools from one-third to two-thirds under social distancing Level 2.
Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon has a busy year left ahead of him, as he will hold one of the shortest terms in office as the mayor of the capital city of Korea. However, many of his policies encompass the next five years — intentionally. “I am hoping that...
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...
The Corruption Investigation Office for High-ranking Officials (CIO) raided the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education on Tuesday to investigate allegations that Seoul’s superintendent for education, Cho Hee-yeon, abused the power of his office to...
The Korea Institute of Human Resources Development in Science and Technology (KIRD), the University of Sussex Business School and Ajou University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) Wednesday.
Minister of Education Yoo Eun-hae ordered Pusan National University on Wednesday investigate the alleged corrupt admission of Cho Min, daughter of former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, into medical school.
Spending on private education for children declined nearly 12 percent last year amid the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, data showed Tuesday.
Younger students and high school seniors will be able to go to class in person every day with the start of the new school year Tuesday, while health authorities Monday warned that lax social distancing measures could lead to a rise in infections.