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More than 40% of students at schools in Hyesan fail to...

The 2022 school year in North Korea began on Apr. 1, but school attendance is reportedly suffering due to economic troubles. A source in Yanggang...

N. Korean teacher publicly criticized for openly asking students for gifts

Amid reports that North Korean teachers are suffering from severe privation, a teacher in Hamhung, South Hamgyong Province, was recently criticized during a public...

N. Korea decides to keep schools closed for the rest of...

North Korea has decided it will not open schools this autumn semester and recently notified schools to that effect. Due to quarantine efforts against...

N. Korean teachers conduct fall semester classes at student homes

North Korean teachers are currently visiting the homes of students to conduct one-to-one classes, Daily NK has learned. North Korea appears to be trying...

North Korea delays the start of the school year, again

North Korea has delayed the start of the school year again due to concern over the potential spread of COVID-19 and widespread damage to...

Universities in Pyongyang reopened on Aug. 10

Universities in North Korea's capital of Pyongyang reopened on Monday, forcing the quick return of students who had gone home to areas outside of...

Why are fewer students attending N. Korean elementary schools than before?

North Korean authorities recently conducted an investigation into why the number of new elementary students in the country has fallen so much compared to...

Classroom doors at N. Korean schools “sealed shut”

North Korea’s education authorities have taken the unprecedented step of locking the doors to school classrooms and affixing them with “paper seals” amid efforts...

North Korean schools to go on vacation again from July 1

North Korean authorities have ordered all educational institutions to go on vacation again from July 1 until Aug. 31, Daily NK has learned.  While the...

N. Korean students return to school amid stringent disease control measures

North Korean students returned to school on June 3 amid stringent measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to a Daily NK source...

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