TALLINNEstonia's new government is gearing up to implement a major, 8-year overhaul of the country's educational system that aims to prepare the country's schools for the 21st century.The 2.4 billion kroon (153 million euro) plan, dubbed 21st Century Schools, will focus on improving schools' physical well-being - improving lighting, air circulation, and supplying students and teachers with new materials for studies. And in an effort by the Education Ministry to improve teaching standards, teachers will also be assessed under a new protocol."The aim of the program is to create a modern learn...
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