Παρασκευή 10 Ιουλίου 2020
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Education Minister Kostas Gavroglu.

Editorial Ta Nea: Gangrene
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Editorial Ta Nea: Gangrene

It is sad to think that despite the fact that the Education Minister Gavroglu has taught as a university professor in Greece he has learned nothing about the problems that have beset Greek universities.

Editorial To Vima: The spiteful and obsessive Mr. Gavroglu
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Editorial To Vima: The spiteful and obsessive Mr. Gavroglu

With great audacity the minister without even a basic dialogue tabled in Parliament a 1,120-page draft bill that is full of vote-mongering provisions.

Editorial Ta Nea: Demolition
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Editorial Ta Nea: Demolition

The education minister is not merely copying the practices of the past. He is inaugurating a new type of old party politics that does not bode well for Greece’s problematic education system.

Editorial To Vima: Demolishing the education system
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Editorial To Vima: Demolishing the education system

The government is vote-mongering with piecemeal changes without planning simply in order to hire thousands of teachers.

ADEDY civil service umbrella union strikes as teachers’ unions demand rescinding of hiring bill
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ADEDY civil service umbrella union strikes as teachers’ unions demand rescinding of hiring bill

The country’s civil service umbrella union, ADEDY, also backed and attended the protest, during which roads leading Syntagma Square were closed off.

Ieronymos, Gavroglu discuss commitments, concerns about Church-State pact
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Ieronymos, Gavroglu discuss commitments, concerns about Church-State pact

'The salaries and pensions and healthcare of the clergy will be guaranteed absolutely, transparently, and categorically,' Gavroglu declared after his meeting with Ieronymos today, in a clear effort to placate the angry lower clergy.

Editorial To Vima: The degradation of the education system
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Editorial To Vima: The degradation of the education system

University and school students did their “revolutionary” duty by protesting with ideological constructs that are the remnants of what they view as the old, glorious era of the student movement, when it was fighting against the intensification of studies.