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President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday that there is too little talk about education in the public space, pointing out that education needs to develop based on a vision and a strategy in order to avoid "legislative chaos or successive reforms that override each other."
"There is too little talk in the public space about education. Education and research are two key areas that have made a significant contribution to the accomplishment of the Great Union of 1918 and further play an important role in the modernization of Romania. The high number of schools and highschools that celebrate their centenary bears testimony to that," said the head of state at the ceremony for the award of several educational institutions.
Iohannis underscored that Romania is now at a turning point similar to the one at the beginning of the last century.
"Romania has reintegrated into European cultural and political space, and globalization compels us to offer our students training comparable to that existing in developed countries around the world. We need again the scholarly spirit of Spiru Haret and an as strong as possible support for education from the political class. The necessary reform directions for the Romanian school are clear, as the issues that need to be addressed are visible in statistics and in many internal and international reports. The school must contribute to prosperity and to reducing inequality, it must properly train the graduates for the labor market and pave their way to being active citizens in the life of the community and of the state," the head of state underlined.
"I want us to have a quality education system that offers each child a clear and predictable course. Research should become one of the pillars of Romania's development in its second century of existence, because our future is linked to the construction of a knowledge-based economy and society," he added.
President Klaus Iohannis bestowed awards on several educational institutions at a ceremony held at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace that was also attended by Education Minister Liviu Pop.AGERPRES(RO - author: Florentina Peia, editor: Mihai Simionescu; EN - author: Simona Klodnischi, editor: Maria Voican)