We have a three-year plan, says new Education Minister Gavroglou

7 November 2016
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There is a very complicated issue that we must discuss with the institutions in order to see what will happen with the teachers’ appointments and the increase of the funding for Education, said newly appointed Education Minister Costas Gavroglou speaking to Athens Macedonian News Agency “Praktoreio 104.9FM” on Monday (07/11/2016).

“We have a three-year plan; I had the opportunity to participate in the negotiations with the institutions on education issues from last October, and we are well on course towards the drawing of the a three-year plan on which we will proceed and clarified that the specific plan will be issued in approximately 10 days.

Referring to every day problems in education he underlined: “Our first priority is to support the special education, to upgrade that last two years of high schools which are very problematic and to support the all-day school in order to facilitate the families and to make the young people to love school and what it represents.”

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