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Demonstration in defense of ‘Lelewel’: We’re hoping they will hear us.

‘We hope the Council will come to its senses and will allow us to become the ‘prolonged junior high school’ – as the participants of today’s picket in defence of
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The bulldozer of the conservatives and the liberals vs. minority schools

As we have mentioned, today there was a meeting of the local government in Vilnius, on which the draft projects, which are unfavourable for national minority schools (Polish and Russian;
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Remigijus Šimašius: It’s a mistake that monuments in Vilnius do not speak Polish.

We have great problems in Vilnius in reorganizing a chain of schools’ –as the mayor of Vilnius, Remigijus Šimašius admits. The guest of today’s political broadcast added that the municipality
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Matura Exam results: in Polish schools things are much worse than in the Lithuanian ones

This year’s high school graduates waited extremely long for the results of their finals. Lithuanian language exam took place on 1st June, but its results were not announced until 2nd
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About “Lelewel” and “Syrokomlówka” during the AWPL meeting with the Ministry of Education

The end of schools’ accreditation process, which is the way of mantaining high schools proposed by the Ministry, as well as the ‘class’ basket’ as the new model of financing
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The Minister of Education gives „Syrokomlówka” hope

Audronė Pitrėnienė, The Minister of Education and Science of Lithuania, who took office on 2nd of June, visited unexpectedly W. Syrokomla High School in Vilnius. At the time of the
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Empty classrooms in Polish schools

Today all classes in Polish schools in Vilnius were cancelled. The parents decided that their children will not go to school. This is how school communities protested against the reorganization
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Syrokomla School demands an immediate approval for accreditation

Wł. Syrokomla High School’s community claims that the school meets all the requirements to receive a junior high school status. Local authorities from the capital share this opinion. In December,
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