The children of the Pyongyang Primary School for Orphans never feel alone and happily say that they in fact have many different loving mothers all round.
The entire future of a country can be determined by its education system, and the DPRK is dashing forward relying on science and technology.
Sariwon University of Geology plays a leading educational role in the geological prospecting field of the country.
Lecturer Jong Song Sil has devoted herself to the training of gymnastic dance teachers for several decades and has become a Model Teacher herself.
The Ponghak Primary School in Pyongyang is well-known for its good educational conditions and environment.
Students in the DPRK can now study at the country’s top universities and colleges through their computers, cell phones, tablets, and televisions.
The information services of the Grand People’s Study House and the Sci-Tech Complex are helping people resolve countless sci-tech problems encountered by units.
Teacher Kim Kum Song has become widely known in Pyongyang for her ability to cultivate the talents in young children.
Just this year the Foreign Languages Books Publishing House has turned out hundreds of different textbooks and reference books.
A brighter and promising future of the DPRK is guaranteed by education suited to its own specific conditions.
Educators at the Mirae Primary School are developing and introducing cutting-edge teaching methods with advanced technology.
Kang Pong Ju of the Ryomyong Kindergarten has unique skills in Paduk (or “Go”) being noticed at children’s contests.
Massive new football school completed with grounds for learning, training, and welfare establishments for students.
Just at the Kim Chaek University of Technology there are now over 30,000 students enrolled in online education.
Programming student Mun So Min has exalted his country in international math and programming contests on several occasions.
The future of Korea is bright thanks to its educators exerting and devoting themselves for the future generations.
Teachers at the Changgwang Kindergarten are increasingly using IT-based teaching methods which children are enthusiastic to learn with.
Teachers of the Okryu Primary School are introducing new teaching methods to better fit the different learning styles of students.
Teachers of the Wasan Technical Senior Middle School are introducing advanced technology and more visual aids to increase educational enthusiasm.
Thanks to the policy attaching importance to education, the DPRK today has a huge number of exceptionally talented personnel.
Thousands of units across the DPRK are now linked for online education, offering countless workers access to the most prestigious universities.
The Namsin Nursery in Pyongyang is actively cultivating the rich artistic talents of children and providing them a cozy environment for growth.
Thanks to the preschool system of the country and patriotic kindergarten teachers, many talented children are growing up.
Teacher Ho Kum Sok retired after 40 years but it still rendering assistance to the rising generations.
The faculty of the electronics and automation departments of Kim Il Sung University are constantly upgrading its facilities.