Plenary session of the Round Table involving the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki

This is another plenary session of the Round Table on Education attended by the head of the government. The first round of talks took place following the initiative of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on 26 April this year in the conference centre at the PGE National Stadium. The deliberations of dedicated tables took place 4 days later at the Academy of Special Education in Warsaw.

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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

Today’s discussion is a working one and it focuses on such key topics as teachers, students and parents in the education system, the quality of education and modern school. The Prime Minister emphasised that the the deliberations require an extended cycle of meetings and declared his readiness to continue. He added that the proposals which have been drafted and discussed should be successively implemented.

The talks are attended by teachers, students, parents, local government officials, representatives of NGOs, academic circles and educational institutions, parliamentarians, as well as experts from the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology.

The Prime Minister stressed the key role of the quality of teachers’ work. He added that proper pedagogical training is very important.

He also thanked for the work carried out so far, which has resulted in very interesting ideas, and invited again all those who have not yet joined the joint debate on education to get involved. The Prime Minister stated that all ideas and proposals for change will be submitted to the Social Dialogue Council for discussion.

In conclusion, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki expressed hope that postulates will be proposed in June, to be further presented for legislative changes and implemented.

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