Gabriella Hajnal, chairman of the center of Klebelsberg, protested against students who were overwhelmed by drinking and drinking at night.
Hajnal, the head of the institutional manager of the state, acknowledged this in essence: he is a pedagogical partner in Hungary.
He added in particular that this is the case every year. Although he also stated "there is no national pedagogue". According to him, tankers, as in previous years, are still responsible for the situation, and it would only be impossible to solve the functioning of the schools with overtime or teaching hours if there were six or eight teachers.
Dawn also claimed that over the next seven years, it would certainly not be expected that more retirement would be required for retirement due to retirement. And he repeated the earlier statement that, since teachers usually switch to vacations in vacations,
with regard to the current available teachers of more than two thousand, "there is no point in talking about numbers".
Moreover, Hajnal has sketched a very beautiful picture of the situation of Hungarian education. Infrastructure and digital development take place at hundreds of schools, and many courseware and gymnasiums have been built across the country. He also claims that he also deals with underprivileged children with "well-equipped schools" that ensure "learning to play as a toy". It did not appear how many such institutions work, and actually how many would be needed.
The chairman of the Klebelsberg Center has long explained the importance of experiential pedagogy. "Good project method, collaboration, interactive learning and the use of digital tools", he emphasized, and emphasized the importance of offering children a learning experience as a limitation. He also honored KIP schools: "In the Complex Instruction Program children work in heterogeneous groups, everyone has the job and teaching is very effective."
In the interview, Hajnal again opposed her opinion on how parents can overcrow students. Or the students themselves.
She did not realize that she often had 7 to 8 compulsory lessons per day for high school students, and had to prepare for homework every hour, and many had to travel between the school and their home. Instead, in terms of overload, he stressed that "children of this age do not have a job in nightclubs" where they drink and drink. In the case of the younger children it was clear that the parents were responsible for the serious study load: they can not take the child extra hours.