University in Pyongyang well known for its main focuses on education in mechanics, information technology, and engineering.
Report from North Pyongan Province and Jagang Province, DPRK.
Report from the Rangnang District Teachers In-Service Training Center and the Ryonghung Primary School in Pyongyang, DPRK.
No country can separate prosperity and development from education, and in the DPRK education is being prioritized as a top state affair.
The DPRK is making incredible progress in establishing a nationwide information network so that even the most far-flung rural units can gain a firmer technical and scientific footing.
Report from East Pyongyang Middle School No. 1
Report from the Physics Faculty of Kim Il Sung University, the Land and Environmental Science Faculty of Pyongyang University of Architecture, and Chongryu Primary School and Kaeson Kindergarten in Pyongyang.
Paduk (or Go) is very effective for developing children’s intelligence. In particular, it is easy to learn and interesting for nursery children.
Choe Ryong Un of the Janggyong Kindergarten has leapt into the world of literature at the age of six thanks to the socialist education system.
The Pyongyang College of Technology has so far developed over 3,700 e-teaching plans and multimedia presentations in just 3 years.
Weekly kindergarten originally opened in 1982 is a modern base for preschool education.
Artificial Intelligence is being actively developed in the DPRK where it is applied to educational settings, adding to children’s enthusiasm for learning.
Kim Jae Sil, a tutor of the Pyongyang Kim Won Gyun Conservatory, is devoting all her energy to bringing up more music prodigies.
The Kyongsang Kindergarten in Pyongyang is turning out many promising future musicians.
Teachers of the Sochang Kindergarten in Pyongyang are credibly developing and introducing new modern teaching methods.
Report from the Pyongyang University of Architecture.
Alma mater of President Kim Il Sung is today a modern educational base in Pyongyang.
12-year-old Yun Hae Ryong has dreamt of becoming a writer from his early childhood.
Report from the Pyongyang Teachers Training College.
Ryomyong Kindergarten in Taesong District, Pyongyang, is making achievements in improving the qualifications of teachers.
Free weekly nursery for working families was originally built in 1948 in Moranbong District, Pyongyang.
Teachers Han Jin Su and Pak Ok Gum are conjugal educators who have been faithfully working together for over 40 years.
January 24th marked the 2nd International Day of Education.
The universal free education system has been enforced in the DPRK since 1959.
Taesin Primary School is improving the qualifications of its teachers through friendly competitions.