• January 7, 2013
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They are not going to give up the standardization of the exam from Lithuanian language?

Ministry of education Mr. Dainius Pavalkis says that he is not going to give up the standardization of the exam from Lithuanian Language in Lithuanian schools and in  schools of national minorities.

„We should respect the Lithuanian language. This year should be dedicated of the Lithuanian language year. Poles are doing really good on the exams from this language and sometimes the results are better from Lithuanians. So giving up this exam or change something is not what we are planning” said Pavalkis yesterday.

The minister, however, said a little about the discussion of grading criteria on the exams. The instructions of standardized grades for the exam from Lithuanian language were accepted in November. Those instructions predicts more tolerate way of grading of student whose Lithuanian is another language.

Pavalkis says that he is going to talk  with vice-minister form EAPL Mrs. Edyta Tamosiunait about all of the problems of national minorities. “ EAPL sent vice-minister and we are going to discuss problems and hopefully we will fins solution to all problems in one office” said minister.

Source: http://kurierwilenski.lt/2013/01/07/nie-zrezygnuja-z-ujednolicenia-egzaminu-z-litewskiego/

Tłumaczenie Karolina Przybyło w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Karolina Przybyło the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.


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