This is in accordance with one of the demands of protesters, backed by President Bronislaw Komorowski. Large echo rebounded autumn also increases fees in kindergartens, and not caused by the protests of parents, as well as activities of local governments leading to school closures. One of the most famous actions was the occupation of the Technical School No. 4 in Bytom. About 100 people, mainly students and their parents, not even left the school at night. Students slept at the school in protest against plans to transfer to two other classes of vocational schools in the city. The protest brought no result, however, the thoughts that occupy the school, Bytom councilors voted for a resolution of intent about “moving fields of education” from the Technical School No.

4 to the other schools in the city. They were not the only protest in the school year 2011/2012. Protest action was organized by the Polish minority in Lithuania. It is connected with the amendment of the local educational law. According to protesters, the new law discriminates against Polish schools in Lithuania and will lead to their liquidation. On the initiative of Polish and Lithuanian prime ministers set up an expert group, which was to solve this problem.

According to the new law since 2013. In Lithuanian schools and national minority schools the matriculation examination in the Lithuanian language will be unified. Meanwhile, the Lithuanian language in Lithuanian and non-Lithuanian schools is taught on the basis of various programs. In pre-Lithuanian Lithuanian language as their mother tongue is taught in a broader dimension, while in minority schools – as the state language, limited in dimension. In addition, the Lithuanian language, as emphasized by the Poles in Lithuania, will always remain for the representatives of other nationalities learned the language, so they want to test with the language remained varied. Lithuanian rules also assume that the national minority schools the lessons of history and geography of Lithuania and the knowledge of the world in the part concerning Lithuania shall be conducted in the Lithuanian language. Entirely taught in Lithuanian to be the subject called “patriotic education base”.

Poles in Lithuania want to maintain full instruction in their native language. Bilateral talks Polish-Lithuanian team of experts ended in failure in November. In the spring the Ministry informed that Poland wants to talk about the situation with Lithuania Polish pupils in Lithuanian schools, but with the participation of the Commissioner of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. The share of the Commissioner of the OSCE would help find a solution satisfactory to both parties. In the second half of the school year he went on a lively discussion on the digitization of Polish education plans. In April the Council of Ministers decided to start the pilot program is to be a prelude to a multiannual program for the digitization of Polish school “Digital School”.

This program is aimed mainly at students and teachers in grades IV-VI. So that students and teachers – according to the provisions of the program – will acquire the necessary skills to function in the information society. The pilot will run until 31 August 2013 and will include approx. 380 public primary schools across the country. One of the elements of preparations for the “Digital School” is the development of e-books to be available under free licenses. Already were selected partners, who together with the Center for Development of Education, will work on e-textbooks for mathematics, information technology and to early childhood education.

There were selected partners in the field of humanities and natural sciences. Planned way to share e-books and their preparation is criticized by environmental educational publishers. The school year 2011/2012 was also another year of wage increases for teachers. In September 2011, the teachers got a raise salaries by 7 percent. – base pay teachers according to their degree of advancement has increased from 133 zł to 183 zł gross. In September 2012, teachers will get another, however, will be lower than in previous years – will amount to only 3.8 per cent.

Basic salary of teachers depending on the promotion of 83-114 zł. In Warsaw, the postponement of the psychological-pedagogical obtain a fifth 6-year-old. In Krakow, a quarter, and more than a hundred standing there in line. In previous years, this applied in both cities approx. 1-2 percent. future students – but then the responsibility of the school were covered by only a 7-year-olds.

From September 2014. This same obligation will apply to 6-year-olds born in the first half of 2008. And it is now their parents rushed to the clinic. >>> How do the odroczeie of compulsory schooling? Lack of confidence and unwillingness to education ministry ideas are so large, despite many years of propaganda action and real change in institutions, lack of acceptance of the solutions. When the parents failed to win the withdrawal of the reform, the matter handled by the back drzwiami.Zainteresowanie examining the willingness of parents trainee 6-year-old children born in the first half of 2008, which in the school year 2014/2015 should be covered by compulsory education, it is very high – officials admit in Torun. For them, more than 300 children waiting for the reviews.

A year earlier there were only kilkoro.Podobna situation in other provinces. Estimates show that in the capital of approx. 2 thousand. 6-year-olds get deferring securities. The city had estimated based on the data already issued opinions and information on the number waiting in clinics, which they seem. It’s very much like the 9.3 thousand. 6-year-olds born in the first half.

2008 r.W Krakow went to the clinic approx. 1.6 thous., Which is less than half of younger children, which should from September to go to school. In the case of 490, it was considered that they can go to school, waiting for the 111 study. The rest going there postponed. Again, it is important to compare with previous years – then it concerned only a few dozen cases. In 2012,. – 50 preschoolers and zerówkowiczów, which is almost 18 times less than the number of children obecnie.W Olsztyn with odroczeniami increased 4-fold. I will continue to grow, because the parents have time to travel to use this path.

A year ago there were 10 children who stopped, now these reviews are over 60. This is 2.5 per cent. children who have to go to school – say urzędnicy.W Poznan approx. half a thousand people have signed a desire (as of early March) to obtain a postponement. In previous years these were individual cases – says Aleksandra Tomczak from office miasta.Rodzice also benefit from the non-public do hw clinics. Often, counting on the fact that if the private benefit for 400 zł – will be easier for them to get along with studying their child specialist. Many of them also report to the district offices. Parents most often immediately conclude about the postponement of compulsory schooling, and not on an assessment of school readiness – admits manager Marzenna Czarnocka of Psychological-Pedagogical Targówku.Pedagog in Warsaw Urszula Sajewicz-Radtke, a psychologist from Social Psychology, which works in Gdansk psychological-pedagogical, though supports the idea of ​​first sending children to school, says he goes to her children, which is not really suitable for this, from 1 September to sit in school benches.

Delayed development of speech, lack of emotional and social readiness, are the main reasons – he explains. He adds that studying a child, must take into account that in three years – after being held in the greenhouse conditions – it will go to the new reality, which is the second level of education (ie from 4 to 6th grade). At this stage, students must demonstrate greater maturity and independence, which requires teachers. We can already see that many children do not deal with it advises – opowiada.Jest one more aspect: many parents has been a panic that caused the action “Save the babies.” Now we have a situation where the parent expression of concern is not that send a child to school, only that it will protect them from – Sajewicz-Radtke says. Maria Zabłocka, director of the clinic Bemowo, admits that her institution has already issued 20 reviews postponement.

The most common reason was a lack of emotional and social maturity. For most children psychologists watched them in kindergarten and opinions consulted with educators – says Zabłocka. In contrast to these numbers are the results of a nationwide study third grade skills. 6-year-old there fared better in part and mathematical language. She started school elite. Now it will go better the children and again the IBE will present us how beautifully suited reform. A letter will be getting another problem children – says one of the teachers Delayed development of speech, lack of emotional readiness – social, the main mass problemyROZMOWADzieci receive postponement of school readiness.

What happened that suddenly arrived not ready to go to school? Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska, Minister of Education: There are different reasons for postponement. There are children who, for example. Health reasons need more time to reach maturity school. A second group of parents simply believe that a nursery meets their needs better than school.

The third group asked for a postponement of the case, to have a place reserved in the kindergarten, and the final decision will take the last chwili.To however, means that parents really do not want to send 6-year-olds in schools. First, they wanted the government to withdraw from the reform, now, when it’s too late, looking for other solutions. Why coerce them? I do not know the school system, which zostawiałby complete freedom. The reform arouses understandable emotions, like everything new. I respect feelings of parents who have doubts, but in recent years much has changed. I suggest parents to test for themselves how their school is ready.

On the website of the Ministry we have a map marked with every primary school in Poland. We asked to complete surveys directors of schools, parents and the board of inspectors. The parent can see the opinions, approaches to school and confront them with their own imagination. If something is disturbing, we have a hotline, please signal. I do not think you can and not worth wasting the educational opportunity 6-year-olds, the vast majority is really ready for school. For children from rural areas it is even bezcenne.Ale educators and psychologists seem these reviews about the lack of school readiness.

In their opinion, for example. Fifth 6-year-olds in the capital is not ready to learn. That’s what lowers school age? The trouble is that, unfortunately, many clinics, to which themselves acknowledge, deliver an opinion stating the lack of preparedness mainly because they expect them to parents. As a result, we can say that the school clinic examines the maturity of the parents, not the children. Wczesnoszkolni educators agree – examination of school maturity of the child in January or in February, does not make sense.

It should be done as close to the date of commencement of science, because half a year in the life of 6-year-old is a whole epoch. Litigation is a precedent, and the first of its kind in Poland, because it concerns religious discrimination in access to education – says Krzysztof Śmiszek, board member of the Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law, which became involved in the sprawę.Szlaban edukacjęO what is it? Earlier this year, Marek Jopp, chairman of the SLD in Torun, he wanted to become a student of the Higher School of Social and Media Culture. In March it received information that got to postgraduate studies. He missed only one document – a certificate from the pastor.

However, the applicant has not provided. Justified, he can not, because … is an atheist. So the university withdrew the decision on admission to studies. The case went to sądu.W complaint Marek Jopp submits first of all that the university violated his right to equal treatment and non-discrimination in social life. In his opinion it exceeded beyond the principle of the autonomy of higher education, refusing to accept the secular post-graduate studies because of the failure by the applicant in the proceedings qualifying the written opinion of the parish priest and his statement of ateizmie.Zaznaczył also that the studies on which he wanted to attend, were financed from public funds – National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. Meanwhile, the university reduced the pool of people who can benefit from the grant only to those who have good reviews from the Catholic parish priest.

This is according to the applicant puts the internal regulations of the university in clear contradiction with the norms of law mandatory provisions of a higher rank. Despite these objections, the university still holds the view that it was entitled not to accept a candidate, because he did not meet all the requirements. In accordance with the requirements prawemCo at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education? In response to a parliamentary question Higher Education it indicated that one of the powers of the autonomous university is the right to determine the conditions of admission. Can shape them, but with the principles set out in the Act of 27 July 2005. Law on Higher Education (i.e., OJ 2016. Item.

1842, as amended.). In these rules, no regulations, which provide a basis for refusing admission candidate solely on the grounds that he is not a person belonging to a particular religious community. While universities may require prospective students to take the oath, the content specified in the statute (Art. 170 paragraph. 1 of the Act).

Also during the study, each student is obliged to follow the folding Rota oath and study regulations (Art. 189 of the Act). Admission graduate school determines most directly in the regulations or in a public ogłoszeniu.Wydaje that the university acted properly, specifying the conditions for making the introduction of postgraduate studies (including the presentation of a certificate from the pastor). As a result, managed to avoid a situation where the person taken to study them could not start due to Retained values ​​that guide the university academic community and, consequently, the refusal to take the oath – says Jaroslaw Gowin, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Science and Higher Education. Both the text of oath, as defined in the statute of the Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun, as well as the provisions of the general statute clearly indicates that the binder and the community college determinant of attitudes and behavior of its members are Christian and patriotic values, and basic tasks of the university should be . education students in the spirit of Polish and Christian heritage with respect for the principles of freedom and dignity of every human being – he added minister.Podobne requirements (certificate from the pastor) also use some of the theological faculties of state universities.