The Association of Latvian Education Leaders opposes closing small secondary schools in rural areas, but it does agree with the Education and Science Ministry that the network of schools is not economically well thought-out, Association of Latvian Education Leaders (LIVA) President Ineta Tamane said in an interview with LETA.The association believes that secondary schools should ideally have at least two parallel classes with 15 to 20 students per class, allowing each school to implement two study programs. Currently, there are many secondary schools with only one class, says Tamane....
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