Czechs do not have equal access to education Added:24.11. 2003
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Czechs do not have equal access to education

Publications of the Institute for Social and Economic Analyses (ISEA) states that the education system in the Czech Republic is a selective and unduly favors some groups of children. It manifests itself mainly in access to higher education.

Publications of the Institute for Social and Economic Analyses (ISEA) states that the education system in the Czech Republic is a selective and unduly favors some groups of children. It manifests itself mainly in access to higher education. "Inequalities in higher education in this country are among the highest in the OECD countries. The whole education system in the Czech Republic is to be reformed, "said Peter Matějů, one of the founders of the Institute.

Errors of the education system are apparently already in existence and basic education schools. The publication by authors created a good starting point for further academic studies, but only for the elite, for children from infancy motivated to higher education.

As stated by John Strakova, which together with the sociologist Peter Mateju edited anthology, "The publication was to open a problem, he noted. We do not offer any comprehensive solution. The space it will be later, perhaps in another publication. "

The journal, however, find at least a suggestion that the adjustment path. Radim Valenčík refomou reflects on higher education, which would help pay tuition. According Valenčík tuition could be paid until after graduation of three to five% of salary for graduates as ten years. The money would go to its parent university, which would also be good for schools searching for the motivation for her students.

Institute for Social and Economic Analyses (ISEA) was founded in 2002. Among its members find experts primarily from sociology and economics. Together with the independent research by trying to inform the public and political representation of the festering problems. In addition to the educational system, particularly higher education, pays attention to issues such as pension reform and Czech capitalism. Chairman of the Institute is a sociologist Peter Matějů.




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