Last updated on June 17th, 2017 at 09:57 pm
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με τίτλο : Greek tragedy for education opportunities
Η παρουσίαση του άρθρου στα Ελληνικά από το iefimerida.gr εδώ
Το iefemerida.gr έχει κόψει το τελευταίο μέρος του άρθρου με τίτλο Low results που μεταξύ άλλων τη προσπάθεια της Άννας Διαμαντοπούλου για την επίλυση του προβλήματος… but politicians and various interest groups resisted these changes.
To άρθρο του BBC γράφει μεταξύ άλλων:
Greece’s education system was designed around the principle of equality.
Article 16 of the constitution guarantees free education at all levels and university admission is decided solely by performance in the nationwide Panhellenic exams.
But the low quality of some public education in Greece, and the difficulty of the Panhellenic exams, has led to a parallel education system being set up.
The majority of students in Greece attend private classes called “frontistiria” or one-to-one tuition in evenings and weekends.
In 2008, the year before the crisis, families with children in upper secondary education spent more than 950m euros (£704m) on these lessons, which represented nearly 20% of these households’ expenditure – more than any other European country.
“If a student does not attend frontistirio, he is a dead man for the exams,” said Dimitra Kakampoura, a 22-year-old student who took the Panhellenic exams in 2011.
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