The shortage of teachers in nursery and primary schools in French-speaking Belgium has reached an all-time high and was the focus of an emergency meeting on Thursday of the Education Shortages Chamber,  newspapers, L’Avenir newspapers reported on Friday.

Muslim school to be established in Charleroi

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 17:21
Wallonia’s first ever Muslim school will soon be established in Charleroi, architect Fatih Bayraktar, a volunteer with the Islamic Federation of Belgium, told the Belga news agency, confirming reports in various dailies.
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Ten faculty deans from the ULB, the Université Saint-Louis, the UCL, UNamur and UMons have signed a letter addressed to the French-language Higher Education Minister Jean-Claude Marcourt.
Young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods run a greater risk of dropping out of school, but are firmly convinced that education is a stepping stone for advancement in life, according to the conclusions of a European study in which the University of Antwerp participated.
Five students were still unable to return to their digs following Monday night’s explosion in the Paardenmarkt, Antwerp, the spokesman of the University of Antwerp said on Wednesday.
The University of Mons (UMons) has received funding to the tune of 4.2 million euros for seven  ‘Excellence of Science’ (EOS) research projects. As a result, 20 new researchers can be employed there.
Young French-speaking students in Belgium lag behind their peers elsewhere in the European Union and in the rest of the developed world in reading achievement, according to the results of the 2016 Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS 2016), released on Tuesday.
A Palestinian girls’ school financed by Belgian cooperation has been named after a terrorist, prompting the Government to suspend its support to all school-related projects in the Palestinian territories, various Flemish newspapers reported on Tuesday.