10:39 | November 15, 2017
The bill has stirred controversy, especially amongst a segment of university students, since it would do away with draft deferments for those pursuing a candidates of science degree.
23:23 | November 13, 2017
Nowadays, visitors to museums have different expectations than in the past. Museums should be more than just warehouses: they should be able to attract and impress visitors, especially young ones.
16:07 | November 13, 2017
Yerevan university students protesting the lifting of military draft deferments continued to demonstrate today, even though the government sponsored bill was approved in parliamentary committee.
14:06 | November 10, 2017
Davit Petrosyan, a member of the “In the Name of the Development of Science” initiative, told Hetq he and others left yesterday’s meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan disenchanted.
18:44 | November 9, 2017
The above photo, released by the government, shows Karapetyan, along with Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan and Minister of Defense Vigen Sargsyan, debating the bill with students.
14:47 | November 9, 2017
Today, boycott participants started off from the Yerevan State University (YSU) Central Building and marched to other faculties, chanting "a free, independent lecturer", and "a free, independent student."
12:55 | November 3, 2017
Armenia’s Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan wants school texts to be provided free to public school pupils and students, and has taken the issue to the country’s Constitutional Court.
14:54 | September 29, 2017
“A teacher must love the school experience and relate to the kids. The pupils loved me. While I was at home, during the summer vacation, my pupils would visit. We had a good group,” Hasmik says.
18:45 | September 25, 2017
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and visiting Russian Minister of Education Olga Vasilyeva discussed greater cooperation in education and the sciences at their meeting today in Yerevan.
18:55 | September 16, 2017
The director says that when founding the pre-school, she wanted this one to be different from the Soviet- era kindergartens. For example, the children aren’t put to sleep at the pre-school, but, instead, they have time for rest. They eat in the cafeteria, and while they lunch, the rooms are ventilated.
00:10 | September 11, 2017
If there’s ever a 5.5 magnitude earthquake in Armenia, numerous school buildings will partly or fully collapse, resulting in large numbers of casualties and material losses.
16:55 | September 8, 2017
School Principal Argam Tamrazyan says they also want to reach out to benefactors so that they can set- up a small greenhouse in the school yard. This way, he says, the pupils can have fresh vegetables to eat in the winter.
01:09 | September 2, 2017
This data doesn’t come from the Ministry of Education and Science, which says it has no exact teacher vacancy numbers, but from the country’s ten provincial administrations and various municipalities contacted by Hetq after the ministry failed to provide any numbers.
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