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November 29, 2022
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EduMin Deca says education laws represent a priority of her tenure in the upcoming period

Education Minister Ligia Deca stated on Tuesday that a priority of her tenure in the “immediately following” period is represented by the education draft laws.

She stated that based on the observations received in the public debate process, she will carry out consultations with “the relevant voices” in the education area and “harmonise” the normative acts with the recommendations which endorse quality, equity, integrity and predictability in the Romanian education system.

The handing over-reception process of the Minister of Education mandate took place on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Education Ministry.

“A priority of my tenure in the immediately following period is represented by the education draft laws. Based on the observations received in the public debate process, I shall carry out consultations with the relevant voices in the education area, and [I shall] harmonise the normative acts with the recommendations which endorse quality, equity, integrity and predictability in the Romanian education system,” the Minister stated, according to a press release.

Ligia Deca stated that in collaboration with members of the Government and local public authorities, as the Education Minister, she will take all the necessary steps so that the education units don’t suffer in the “difficult” context generated by the economic and energy situation existing at global level.

“No least, I know that one of the fundamental needs of the education system is predictability. An essential goal of my mandate is precisely ensuring the predictable character of educational measures, so that pupils, teachers and parents know ahead of time how the education process is unfolding,” the Education Minister argued, according to Agerpres.

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