Korean students fared worse this year in the OECD's PISA rankings, which assesses the quality of secondary students around the world.
A new analysis shows that Korean language arts, Mathematics and English were more difficult in this year’s College Scholastic Ability Test compared to last year.
Parents' Group in Busan began a movement to refuse teacher evaluations, saying that the Teacher Ability Development Evaluations for evaluating the abilities and guidance work of teachers is compulsively and formally being carried out.
Twenty-eight colleges and universities in South Korea effectively face closure as they were listed as underperforming schools by the government.
The scheduled ACT exam in Korea was canceled in Korea over the weekend because of a reported test leak, leaving thousands of test takers across the country out of luck once again.
More than 200 teachers in Busan reported that their rights were infringed by students or parents last year.
The Busan Metropolitan Office of Education is going to investigate illegal private education in July.
The Busan Foundation for International Cooperation (BFIC) has selected some outstanding students currently attending universities in Busan for scholarships.
The number of foreign students residing in South Korea has topped 100,000 for the first time.
The Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education announced the countermeasures for rooting out illegal donations and bribes or greeting fees to mark the new school year, and began its crackdown.