Συγκλονιστικές αναμετρήσεις πραγματοποιούνται τις τελευταίες μέρες στην τουρκική παιδεία με αφορμή την εκπαιδευτική μεταρρύθμιση που καθιερώνει την υποχρεωτική δωδεκάχρονη σχολική φοίτηση. Στο στόχαστρο βρέθηκαν και τα τούρκικα φροντιστήρια τα οποία δέχθηκαν την επίθεση των λαϊκιστών της κρατικής παιδείας που ονειρεύονται και εκεί την εξαφάνισή τους. Δείτε το ρεπορτάζ αγγλόφωνων τουρκικών εφημερίδων και την δική μας παρέμβαση ως ENES στα ΜΜΕ της γείτονος.
The important role of the supplementary education
The phenomenon of supplementary education for the exams to university is an important event not only in all European countries but also throughout the world. The European Union on recent research in all European countries noted the large size of the parallel afternoon education. The research «The challenge of shadow education» which is easily find on internet shows that support forms of education with a different name in each country contribute to the elevation of education indicators. Great analysts point to the necessity of non-formal education in modern reality. In many countries educational reforms in the past tried to mitigate the phenomenon without any result. Some believe that improving public education will eliminate forms of supportive assistance for school and the entrance exams. However, research in many European countries show that students who are very good and go to very expensive private schools also have high-school help to ensure their entry into the best universities in the most sought-after schools. The afternoon support is a fact which historically occurred in the first organized school, school of the Sumerians, 4000 years ago. The need of ongoing assistance for school and exams bother fans of state education because removes its monopoly. The argument that parents pay isn’t able to claim any disappearance of non-formal education. The state has to turn to implementing voucher system for economically weak people just like the USA with the program «No Child Left Behind». The politics of creative cooperation of state and private education will give the best results. If we remove the exams then we will not make champions but illiterates.
George Hagitegas – President of ENES