The teachers are demanding a 20 per cent increase in salaries from September this year and another 30 per cent from January next year, as well as a reduction in class sizes. | Phot. Marian Paluszkiewicz
The Constitutional Court ruled that the governmental criteria, on which the reorganisation or dissolution of local government schools depends, are contrary to the Constitution. (Photo: Marian Paluszkiewicz)
Criteria for school reorganisation set by the government contradict the Lithuanian Constitution On Wednesday, 26 April, the Lithuanian Constitutional Court ruled: legal regulations on the part of the government regarding
Within the “Kurk Lietuvai” project an analysis, “Education of the Polish minority in Lithuania. The problematics”, has been conducted. The Polish-Lithuanian co-author of the study, Renata Jankūnaitė, thinks that one
The meeting with members of Polish Parliament was very productive and probably Polish-Lithuanian Parliamentary Assembly will take place this year – declared the Member of the Seimas Arvydas Nekrošius, who
Prof. Henryk Malewski, chairman of The Association of Polish Scientists of Lithuania in conversation with “Vilnius Courier” (Kurier Wileński) talks about higher education in Lithuania and the uncertainty with which
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