Prime Minister: We are open to further changes that will improve the education system

The Prime Minister attended another plenary session of the Round Table. The meeting was a continuation of the previous discussions held in April and May this year.

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

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki assured that the ideas put forward and agreed upon during the session will be implemented, where possible. He also stressed the importance of the presence and involvement of all the groups. For the first time, students have strongly voiced their position and their perspective has been considered here the Prime Minister added when summarising the students’ involvement in the talks.

The head of government emphasised the role of parents in shaping and improving the entire education system.

The Prime Minister pointed out that another vast domain was the implementation of the agreement made by the government and the NSZZ Solidarność National Section of Education regarding e.g. pay rises for teachers. He stressed that this year’s pay rise will improve the teachers’ financial situation.

We are open to further changes that will improve the functioning of the entire national education system Morawiecki said.

So far, the discussions have been attended by, e.g., 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.

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