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Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg and other ministers of the government gathered to dance for children and national day. NRK's children TV invited the...
The new cabinet is formed by Conservatives (Høyre), Venstre (Liberals) and Progress Party (FrP) In the new cabinet, there will be 10 women and 10...
The ban applies to all garments that cover the face including nikab, masks and finnish caps. It does not include hijab and caps or...
Only 40 percent of bachelor students and 43 percent of graduate students in Norway complete their education on time.
Norway aims to develop cooperation with Brazil, Russia, India, South Africa and Japan in higher education.
Ministry of Education Research announce international architectural competition for the future Viking Age Museum at Bygdøy in Oslo.
As of today, 7,700 teachers are on strike all over Norway. Over 90.000 students have been affected by the conflict between teachers and employers’ organization KS.
School boys underperform, struggle more with motivation and have a higher drop out rate in Norway, reveals NOVA report.
Minister of Education Torbjørn Røe Isaksen (H) wants the teaching profession again to be one of the most prestigious professions in Norwegian society.
The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO) wants mandatory kindergarten for all five year olds in Norway to make them better prepared for school.
The establishment of the new government and the high expectation for privatization triggered the discussion on the status of private schools in Norway.
This year’s large-scale allocation will give Norway 16 new, modern and essential research infrastructures in the form of laboratories, databases and scientific equipment.
Education Minister Thorbjorn Røe Isaksen says their government will be stricter in approving new private schools than many think.
Conservative Party(Høyre) leader Erna Solberg announces all ministers of the new cabinet.
Statoil has signed a long-term gas contract with the British company Centrica.
For many Norwegians, it is more profitable to continue on welfare rather than go back to work while receiving social help.
The Conservative Party leader, Erna Solberg said her party would move more towards the center of politics, and they would be a welfare party till the election in 2013.