Scarce promotion among primary school pupils and their parents, and insufficient financial motivation for companies are among the most cited reasons of why the system struggles.
The recordings for foreign language secondary school final exams taking place this week were leaked; ministry says they are unable to prevent it.
The Education Ministry presented a reform meant to guide change in the education sector for the next decade.
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Graduates from medical and technical schools top the list of students moving abroad. But family ties is a strong factor for returning back.
Slovaks living and working abroad are a great asset for Slovakia: if they come back home, but also if they stay in their new countries.
Currently there are 104 professors in Slovakia who are members of the platform.
The average score of pupils was 62 percent, but children from poor environments scored less than 30 percent on average.
A recently opened school helps build links between fashion and business.
The double bachelor or master’s diploma, can be obtained by students of universities in Bratislava, Nitra, Banská Bystrica and Košice.
The certificate represents very high recognition awarded by the French foreign minister.
Investigators have not found any law violations in two loan funds.
Payment schemes exist in Hungary and Romania where schools offer free education only to students with the best results.
Poor education will influence the economy of the country. PISA testing speaks volumes about the ability of pupils to use their knowledge and apply it to a new situation, a quality that is becoming ever more…
Spectator College provides readers of The Slovak Spectator who are trying to improve their English with glossaries of useful and frequently used words and expressions from stories published as part of the Spectator…
Education Minister warns that meeting all goals will require higher funding than has been declared in the government statement.
Compulsory education from the age of five, more demanding admission exams to university teaching programmes, or rising teachers’ salaries. Education Minister Peter Plavčan introduced his draft national education…
PhD graduates are valued on the job market for their expertise and soft skills.