Bulgaria's President: New Education Models Must Reflect Migration, Demographic Problems
New education models must guarantee a faster and more effective achievement of the purposes of education accepted worldwide.
The change of the education model must reflect migration and demographic problems, as well as uneven regional development and new technologies, stated Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev in Blagoevgrad at the opening of the global conference Teach for All under the heading Let’s Rediscover Education.
Bulgaria is the first European host of the global forum. More than 400 delegates from 65 countries are taking part in the forum with a shared vision of expanding educational opportunities in their countries.
The head of state underlined that the participation of Bulgaria in the international network for equal access to education Teach for All provides our country with the opportunity to carry out its educational reform in partnership with world-famous experts who are dedicated to the mission of guaranteeing access to education and have extensive experience in terms of implementing working solutions which teachers, children and their parents receive enthusiastically.
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