RIGA - Members of the Harmony group in Saeima want Education and Science Minister Ilga Suplinska (New Conservative Party, JKP) to provide a detailed report on the first results of the ongoing language reform in ethnic minority schools and how it has affected students' academic success, the party informed LETA.
The Harmony group has asked the Education and Science Ministry to provide information how and with what methods the reform is being monitored. The lawmakers argue that in order to ensure high quality education for Latvia's children, the education polic...
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