The parliamentary group of the Reform Party on April 17 submitted to handling by the Estonian parliament a bill that, if adopted, would task the government with reforming the education system so that it becomes uniform and operates in the Estonian language.
"Estonia's two parallel education systems, of which one gives a poorer education, is one of the greatest challenges in our society," Kaja Kallas, chairman of the parliamentary group, was quoted by spokespeople as saying. "If we read the coalition agreement, we can see that the second government of Ju...
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