Ministry of Education (South Korea)

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Ministry of Education,
Republic of Korea
교육부
敎育部
Gyoyukbu
Emblem of the Ministry of Education (South Korea) (English).svg
Emblem of MOE
Agency overview
FormedMarch 22, 2013
Preceding agency
Jurisdiction Government of South Korea
Headquarters408 Galmae-ro, Sejong, Republic of Korea 30119
Ministers responsible
Website Official English Site
Ministry of Education Headquarters in Sejong City Ministry of Education(South Korea).jpg
Ministry of Education Headquarters in Sejong City

The Ministry of Education is a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea. It was created on March 22, 2013.

It should not be confused with seventeen regional Offices of Education which heads, Superintendents, are directly elected in local elections.

Its headquarters are in the Sejong Regional Government Complex in Sejong City. [1] Previously it was located in the Central Government Complex in Jongno District, Seoul. [2]

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References

  1. "Location Archived 2014-01-01 at WebCite ." (Archive) Ministry of Education (South Korea). Retrieved on January 1, 2014. "Address : (339-012) 408 Galmae-ro, Sejong, Republic of Korea"
  2. "Contact Info." (Archive) The Globe Program. Retrieved on January 1, 2013. "Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development Central Government Complex, 77-6 Sejong-no, Jongno-gu Seoul, 110-760 South Korea"