The rate of young Bulgarians between 18 and 24 years who leave school before finishing is 15,3% for 2008, compared to 21,4% for 2004, the National Statistical Institute reported.
Over 1 000 students from all over Bulgaria are taking part Tuesday in the "Manager for a Day" initiative.
Bulgarian students are more often drunk and smoke a lot more than the majority of their European colleagues.
The Italian Energy giant, Enel, made a donation to seven Bulgarian schools for intensive Italian classes.
Students with Christian crosses or girls with Muslim scarves will no longer be allowed in Bulgarian public schools.
Bulgaria's Minister of Education, Daniel Valchev, presented Monday a draft bill aimed at a radical reform of the Bulgarian high school education including a strengthening of school discipline.
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