The government has recently discussed an amendment to the Education Act that would substantially modify the situation in areas such as the so-called „informal“ training, further changes should affect the functioning of grammar schools.
Total original way of solving a financially precarious situation in higher education seems to have found Education Minister Petra Buzkova. Universities will be partly financed from the resources that give them the representatives of the Czech industry.
Parliament should now consider, among other things, an amendment to the Employment Act, under which graduates of universities and secondary schools should be entitled to unemployment benefits if the previous three years does not recognize a minimum of twelve months worked.
Golden times for Czech students in Austria is slowly ending. Since the summer semester of 2004 will have had to pay for tuition as well as their Austrian classmates.
The campus operates under the hill Palacky newly established „technology incubator“. What is going on? „Technological incubator“ is a new project of the Technical University in Brno, which aims to help technology start-ups targeting the implementation of their ideas, innovations, with the introduction of technology, but also producing and promoting itself in the market.
Somewhat unconventionally expressed his dissatisfaction with his new teaching methods češtinářky school students from ninth grade spider in Mlada Boleslav. Get free hour in addition, had tried to totally unacceptable: teacher poured into a soothing drink powders. Experienced teacher, they nevertheless failed drug offenders, and now awaits a likely sign of reduced behavior.
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