Undoubtdly Poland is one of rapidly developing countries. Our economy developes dynamically. Since the entry into the European Union, there many changes were effected.
Of course you can not clearly claim whether the changes were to our advantage or disadvantage.
As many poles as many different opinions on this subject. Everyone pays attention to something different, everyone pays attention to his own priorities, which are not necessarily coincided with the priorities of the other citizens of our state.
But one thing is certain. Poland certainly can take pride in general state of school education which is pretty good.
It is a fakct that Polish schools can be alleged to many things, and it would be untrue a statement that our pupils/students live like a fairy tale, because Polish education leaves a lot to be desired.
On the other hand, there is not too much to complain about our overall „educational” situation, because as it turns out Poland stack up pretty good against the European Union!
Joanna Kluzik Rostowska
From time to time in the European Union there is summoned a special meeting of Ministers of Education of UE Member States.
Our Minister – Joanna Kluzik Rostowska while being in Krakow usually call krakow airport taxi and go as quickly as possible to krakow airport to board a plane and fly to the EU as our country’s represent.
When it comes to the development of education, at these meetings different priorities are set and the main directions of this development, which has to go towards European education (not just the youngests’ education).
Currently, beside a vision of UE economic development, further directions of development of education are set for he time to 2020 – officially called a „Strategy 2020”.