Ministry of Education
Engie Romania invests 5 million lei for the qualification of about 120 young professionals from Bucharest and Brasov, who will receive a scholarship of up to 700 lei per month plus transport and meal through the "Energy for my job," program, the company announced on Friday.
Figures about the number of children affected by the departure of their parents seeking work abroad differ from one ministry to another, and this aspect first needs to be clarified in order to find a solution, Alexandru Gulei, executive director of the Social Alternatives Association in Iasi told a debate organized by the ChildPact Coalition on Wednesday.
BGN 700 million has been allocated for the modernization of 500 Bulgarian schools during this school year, the Chair of GERB parliamentary group and the vice-president of the party Tsvetan Tsvetanov said o 11th of February in Veliko turnovo, where he opened the civil dialogue "Europe in Our Home", reports BNT.
This year's state budget is fragile and unbalanced, since it relies on commitment appropriations which are actually chimeras and mean rolling over payments from one year to another, Florin Jianu, president of Romania's National Council of Small and Medium-sized Private Enterprises (CNIPMMR) told a press conference.
Classes have been cancelled in over 1,370 schools and kindergartens due to the flu, said the press office of the Ministry of Education and Science.
From today, 267 schools in Sofia-city, 124 schools in Blagoevgrad region, 105 schools in Pleven region and 41 schools in Kyustendil region will have no classes because of the flu.
Thousands of protesting students flooded Tirana's George Bush Street near parliament on Thursday, in the ninth day of protests in Albania against tuition fee rises, over university autonomy and living conditions in dormitories.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday that a pact on the 'Educated Romania' project would not be the ideal form to implement the vision of this profoundly overhauling initiative, and that although he is aware that persuading the politicians about the project would require hundreds of consultation rounds, he is braced for that.
More than half of Bulgarian students aged between 13 and 15 were victims of harassment or violence in and around school, according to a UNICEF study, and the problem is serious among other age groups. In this connection, begins a campaign aimed at reducing tolerance of violence in society against and recognizing its different types.
Veliko Tarnovo University has canceled the certificates for professional qualification "teacher", which it issued to 170 Italians. In May, the Ministry of Education and Science issued a recommendation to the higher school to invalidate the documents, as they were issued illegally according to the agency. The ministry also appeals to the prosecution on the case.