Numbers of speakers in the country’s autonomous region of Gagauzia are dwindling.
Despite conservative social norms that mean girls can wed as young as 14, drop-out rates are declining.
Precious resources are often villages’ only cultural centres, but they remain underfunded and at risk.
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan has affected thousands of children’s right to learn.
Russian is now mandatory in all schools in Gali district.
Thousands of places remain vacant as students fail entry tests due to low quality education and fewer applicants.
Teachers and students resume studies despite daily missile strikes and the occupation of more than 20 per cent of the country.
Child refugees from Ukraine are getting the chance to receive education in their native language.
Giving lectures from the trenches, one sociologist combines military service with academia.
Parents are forced to shoulder a significant burden to ensure that their children receive proper schooling.