We sent our reporter Carolina to one of Europe's poorest countries, Bulgaria, to see for herself if there is any way to save its crumbling education system. It doesn't sound too hopeful.
The worst pay in Europe and no prospects - the situation for teachers in Bulgaria is highly unattractive. Where does that leave the country's education system? An interview with education critic Emil Jassim. (14.04.2015)
Bulgaria is in dire need of good teachers, but it pays them less than any other EU nation. 23-year-old Aleksandar is one of the few stepping into the breach. (30.03.2015)
From the Zambian outback to a remote village in Bulgaria and the industrial north-German city of Bremen: three young teachers who are determined to educate - however many challenges come their way. (27.03.2015)
How many children go to school? How many men and women can read and write? How much money is spent on education? It was one of the UN’s Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) to achieve universal access to primary education by 2015. Though many countries have improved in recent years, the latest data suggests the MDGs won’t be met. Click through our interactive graphics to find out how your country compares internationally. (26.03.2015)
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