Head of the Donetsk military and civil state administration Pavlo Zhebrivskyi says the pupils of the local school have been brought to the bomb shelter and then taken home.
A school in Krasnohorivka (the Donetsk region) came under mortar strike committed by the Russian-terrorist troops.
The National Reforms Council (NRC) has approved a reform of Ukraine's school that provides for 12-year education system.
Avdiivka is still under attack. One of the militant’s shells hit boiler facility of the local secondary school.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine has approved the final concept of the new 12-year Ukrainian school.
The court has delivered its verdict against the women accused of violating a law against unauthorized protests.
A unique brightly painted school, which looks more like a modern art space rather than an average Ukrainian school, opened its doors Sept. 1 in Putrivka village outside Kyiv.
On July 17, 2016, Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Liliia Hrynevych signed an order approving the curriculum for higher classes of secondary school, including an updated Ukrainian history program.
The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) is concerned about shelling of a school in Krasnohorivka (the Donetsk region).
The "last bell ringing" ceremony in occupied Bakhchysarai (Crimea) was attended by kids and parents wearing Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar symbols.
The illegal armed groups of the “DPR” militants have deployed military equipment outside a school in Zaitseve village, located in the action area in the Donbas.
49 children were killed and 138 wounded in the Donetsk region since the beginning of the Russian terrorist aggression.
Kharkiv regional state administration canceled classes in local schools on Monday, Jan. 25, due to bad weather.
A female school employee was killed and a female student wounded on Monday after a rocket believed to have come from Syria struck a school in Turkey's southeastern border province of Kilis.
After the New Year holidays, three out of 538 schools in the occupied Crimea are closed, while two others will open on Jan. 13. 72 schools will have shortened hours due to the problems with electricity supply.