Pedophile continues to work at schoolLocal News
- Richest parish plans «cheap to keep» schoolLocal News
- Teacher fired after article teased studentLocal NewsTeacher Priit Diever (EKRE) fired from Järva-Jaani Gymnasium after opinion article published in Õhtuleht on June 9th titled «Childless women, do lower your super high bar!» believes he lost his job for convictions. The school claims the teacher has been in conflict with leadership and pupils for over a year and been subject to many a reprimand.
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- Parents cross swords with local leaders Kids march along in battle to save schoolLocal News
- Society threatened by underfinancing of kindergarten educationLocal News
- Estonian state to make waves by training every child into swimmerLocal News
- Police to scrutinize all students from BangladeshLocal News
- In private chats, Priit Toobal wooed schoolboysLocal News«Nice body.» «Sry... that was too gay maybe.» «Nowadays they say all are bi :D so cool :D» «Might down vodka together sometime :D» «Thought let's have a sauna [party] and down some vodka :D» In a recent Facebook conversation, these sentences were written by top Centre Party cadre and Riigikogu member to a 16 years old male gymnasium student. A few hours after learning about the investigative article to be published thereon in Postimees, Mr Toobal announced his resignation from the parliament citing need to defend reputation of the Riigikogu.
- Student accused of shooting teacher pleads guiltyLocal News
- Estonian children are critical of school, parents - surveyLocal NewsResearchers of the Institute of Social Studies of the University of Tartu participated in an international survey of children's subjective well-being and found out that compared to children of other countries Estonian children are rather satisfied with their use of time and their friendships, but are more critical of how their parents take into account what children say and are the most critical of school.
- When game becomes realityLocal News
- Court to discuss school shooter's case behind closed doors in SeptemberLocal News
- Viljandi school shooter remains unrepentantLocal News
- Viljandi school shooter taken into custodyLocal News
- A whopping 400 kids needing English educationLocal NewsJust some few years ago, only the private International School of Estonia in Tallinn provided English language based education in the land. By today, 400 children are studying according to international curriculum in three schools in Tallinn plus one in Tartu. A third of these are «the ordinary Estonian» kids.
- Ministry mulls making mandatory school longerLocal News
- All were having lots of fun and then came the shock...Local News
- Vahur calm after killing teacherLocal News
- Student kills teacher in school shooting in South EstoniaLocal News
- Pupils prefer homeplace gymnasiumsLocal News
- Minors torching ghost schoolsLocal News
- Schoolhouse stinks of hazardous chemicalsLocal News
- Misso: feisty village school defying downhill trendLocal News
- Planet’s biggest Estonian school warm with community spiritLocal News
- Editorial: a dubious precedent in Tallinn school networkOpinionWe might as well start with a contemporary Estonian proverb: higher education for free, basic education for money. For thus, fears the Ministry of Education, will it be if Tallinn’s new initiative – Tallinn City Centre Basic School, a private one – is awarder education licence. The plan is somewhat dubious indeed.