Belgian teachers, both francophone and Flemish, earn in general more than their colleagues of other developed countries, according to a study published Thursday by the OECD.
The Dalai Lama, the Archbishop of Malines-Bruxelles, Jozeph De Kesel, the Chairman of Belgian Muslims, Salah Echallaoui, the President of the United Protestant Church of Belgium, Steven Fuite, and the Chief Rabbi of Belgium, Albert Guigui, held an inter-denominational meeting Monday morning at Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), at the…
Walloon schools are far behind those of Flanders in information and communication technology (ICT), was the result of a survey carried out by the Itinera think-tank, the main aspects of which were published by Le Soir and L'Écho Tuesday.
Approximately 60 medical students decided to pursue legal action to go on to the 2nd year of studies, stated lawyer Charline Servais, confirming information published by RTBF Tuesday.

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"Many people are not ready to follow the government and private companies on the road of IT,” was a conclusion in a survey on computer literacy presented jointly Tuesday by Gezinsbond and Ligue des familles.
The number of Walloon students opting for learning Dutch at school went down by 10% in four years, informed La Dernière Heure Wednesday.
Thus far, parents wanting to have their children schooled at home have simply needed to inform the Ministry of Education’s academic monitoring service without having to present any justifications.
During the school year 2015-2016, the Wallonia-Brussels Federation suffered a dearth of 2,837 teachers.
A research centre on terrorism and radicalisation has just opened at the Université of Liège (ULg). Michaël Dantinne, the head of Criminology announced this on Wednesday.
At the beginning of the 2019 school year, the Brussels region will have 24,000 per year more pupils than in 2013, a study published by the organisation Brussels Studies states.