As the Slovak teachers’ movement for better working conditions continues, politicians fail to take action.
A proposed educational reform is the latest in a series of governmental projects that are turning Poland upside down.
The mass student demonstrations and growing protest movement led by the Student Plenum have paved the way for broader anti-government protests.
Thousands of teachers have taken to the streets, demanding a 250 Euro increase in salaries, as well as an overall budget increase for the education sector.
Last Saturday, a crowd of more than 20,000 people gathered in front of the Parliament to articulate their demands for a comprehensive reform of the educational system.
“You can’t help feeling that the main reason for the demolition is to oust Krytyka Polityczna”.
Historian and Razem member Marta Tycner discusses the problems facing higher education in Poland.