December 9, 2022

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Nicolae Ciucă, at ​​the start of the new school year: The Government aims to bring Romanian education back to the top

Premieurl Nicolae Ciucă states, in the message sent on the occasion of the start of the new school year, that, through the new education laws, the Government aims to bring Romanian education back to the top, because we have a young generation with great potential.

According to the prime minister, Romanian children and young people have proven that they know and are eager to perform, and the responsibility of the decision-makers is to provide them with the conditions to develop in the fields in which they feel the best. “Through the changes we are proposing in terms of pre-university education, the educational act must take into account the student’s potential and skills, in order to give everyone the chance that the path they choose in life will be the one in which they can perform”, emphasizes Ciucă.

We present the full message of Prime Minister Nicolae Ciucă on the occasion of the start of the new school year:

“A new school year begins today, a moment full of emotions and hopes for both students, teachers and parents, who, of course, want the best educational conditions for their children in order to enhance their qualities and ensure everyone has equal chances in life.

The last few years have been a major challenge for the entire Romanian education, the pandemic forcing the entire system to adapt unexpectedly quickly to the digital age. The minuses that came to light in that context regarding the capacity to modernize Romanian education, we are trying to correct them through a new approach to the educational system in Romania, and the changes that we considered necessary, at least at this moment, it is reflected in the new education laws prepared at the level of the Government.

What we propose through these laws is to bring Romanian education back to the top, because we have a young generation with great potential. Romanian children and young people have proven that they know and are eager to perform, and our responsibility, as decision-makers, is to provide them with the conditions to develop in the fields in which they feel the best. Through the changes we are proposing in terms of pre-university education, the educational act must take into account the student’s potential and abilities, in order to give everyone the chance that the path he chooses in life will be the one in which he can perform.

We want to give every child the right to education. So that no student is left behind, we have developed programs aimed at reducing school dropout and supporting children from disadvantaged backgrounds. In order to reduce the gaps in the level of training, we are aiming to introduce programs that help to consolidate knowledge.

Achieving the objectives we proposed through the “Educated Romania” Project requires the establishment of Romanian education on new principles that ensure access to quality education and capitalize on Romania’s human potential. As prime minister, I remain firmly committed to the concretization of support solutions for Romanian education, including by allocating the necessary funds.

An extremely important role in this process belongs to the personnel of the education system. We have many examples of people dedicated to the mission they have chosen in life, to train the younger generations, and we often see how their work is rewarded with performances obtained by their students in international competitions.

I thank them for the contribution that each of them has to the recognition of Romanian education in the world, teachers and students alike!

At the beginning of the school year, I wish you, dear students, success and good grades!

I wish the teachers that the didactic activity brings them as much satisfaction as possible, and I assure the parents that education remains on the priority list of this Government.”

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