Inappropriate emails with a sexual subtext, unprofessional behaviour, and abuses of power. That is the story at one of the most expensive private universities in the Czech Republic
The new bill is supposed to be voted on in the parliament by the end of the week. Meanwhile, students and academics plan country-wide protests against the bill.
“We want education, not lies”. Around four hundred people gathered in front of the Ministry of National Education in Warsaw. But even that couldn’t stop the government from passing the education bill.
School prepares you for life, they say. If that’s true, we’re in deep trouble, for after devouring public education, the Hungarian Fidesz-KDNP government swallowed the entire schoolbook market for dessert.
What are the common problems faced by Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, what is their wider context and are there solutions for the future?
A master’s thesis about “fucked up art” written by a student in Brno has had the media in an uproar. But what does it signify?
The future of education in Hungary is questionable – and not looking good